New Westminster’s continued period of growth and revitalization makes it a city to watch, says the Vancouver Sun.
“Five SkyTrain stations and a central location have been key drivers behind the recent progress,” reads the Sun article that ran in the paper over the weekend.
Other New West positives include a reduction in homelessness and crime, more neighbourhood-friendly establishments (rather than the larger, old-style drinking halls), an increase in park space, improvements to existing infrastructure and the construction of new community facilities throughout the city.
“New and innovative development has emerged to meet increasing demand,” the article continues.
And of course, that goes beyond new retail space, commercial projects and a LEED Gold market office building. There are plenty of impressive residential developments in New Westminster that make living in the city comfortable, convenient and affordable. Projects like:
And all those SkyTrain stations will put residents in any other Metro Vancouver community in no time, making New Westminster not just a city to watch – but one to live in and enjoy.
For more on the emerging city, read the Vancouver Sun article in its entirety here.