Crown burquitlam condos

Crown by Beedie Living is a rare (and affordable) opportunity for you to own a spacious and livable condo in the heart of the emerging community of Burquitlam — or West Coquitlam, if you like.

Situated on a peaceful, tree-lined  residential street, the concrete high-rise will be only steps away from an urban centre that boasts a SkyTrain station along the forthcoming Evergreen Line. This of course means residents will enjoy quick and easy access to Coquitlam, Port Moody, downtown Vancouver, YVR airport, Surrey and everywhere in between. And as the area continues to grow, even more amenities will arrive on scene, including a planned 50,000-square-foot grocery store at Burquitlam Plaza as well as a YMCA Community Centre.

Rising 26 stories, Crown will standout for its impressive West Coast architecture, spectacular skyline and mountain views, and desirable home features that include full dining and living areas, 8’6″ ceilings, over-height doors, expansive balconies, full-size stainless steel kitchen appliances, stone countertops, marble backsplash, tonnes of cabinet space, Grohe fixtures, full-size washer and dryer, rich wood grain laminate flooring and much more.

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The high-end home finishings at Crown will be complemented by the building’s nearly 6,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including an entertainment lounge, fitness centre and expansive terrace with a full outdoor kitchen. The building will even boast a fully-furnished guest suite.

One-, two- and three-bedroom plans range in size from 560 square feet up to 1,587-square-foot penthouse suites. Presale prices for one-bedroom homes attractively start from the mid $200,000s, two-bedrooms go from the high $300,000s, and three-bedrooms start in the high $400,000s.

Want to learn and see more? Crown‘s presentation centre is open by appointment at #104 – 552 Clarke Road in Coquiltam. To book a tour call 604 939 8868 or email

For more information visit the website here.

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