According to TomTom’s latest traffic congestion study, Metro Vancouver’s traffic is just as bad as it is in Los Angeles.
Sound like something you want no part of? Consider living in a community where car ownership is completely unnecessary.
Both projects are located in walkable communities that are within minutes of rapid transit, making trips to and from work environmentally-friendly and congestion free.
Recognized as the first mid-rise wood-frame building in Metro Vancouver, Quattro 3 is at the gateway to Surrey’s new city centre. This affordable collection of condos is also just four blocks from the Gateway Skytrain station, which can put residents in downtown Vancouver in 35 minutes, Metrotown in 19 minutes and New Westminster in eight minutes.
Meanwhile, over in New Westminister’s growing Queensborough neighbourhood, English Mews‘ collection of townhomes are within walking distance of schools, parks, rapid transit, shops and restaurants– so a vehicle isn’t necessary. However, if you are a car owner, you’ll be happy to know all English Mews homes come with either a one or two-car garage.
Besides the developments’ accessibility, another big plus is their affordability. Homes at Quattro 3 start at $159,900, while English Mews two and three-bedroom family-friendly townhomes are priced from just $314,900.