Parc East residents will enjoy the best of urban and rural living

Thursday, April 27th, 2017


The Province

If location is everything, then what could be better than being in the big city on the edge of wilderness, as is the case with Parc East by Altas Developments?

But offering the best of both worlds is only the beginning of the Parc East experience, which kicks into high gear on Saturday, April 29 with its public sales release on Wilson Avenue in Port Coquitlam.

The 57 designer condominiums of Parc East start at just $347,900 and range from one-, two- and large twobedroom-plus-den plans.

Designer features include quartz counters, stainless steel kitchen appliances and large kitchen islands. Laminate flooring is standard throughout the main living areas, and some units even have 12-foot ceilings. All ground-floor units have large private patios, which range from 150 square feet to a generous 480 square feet in size.

Parc East exudes a distinct urban vibe, and this is appropriate considering residents live amidst where all the action is: village vibe of downtown Port Coquitlam, the sleek bustle and retail mecca of Coquitlam Centre and the scenic seaside attractions of Port Moody.

Mobility is the key to success for the Tri Cities. Served by a comprehensive network of thoroughfares, mass transit and the brand-new Evergreen SkyTrain line, Parc East owners can commute just as easily to downtown Vancouver as they can to the three urban centres within their vicinity.

And just as easily, they can explore the provincial wilderness parks and other rural attractions that are making this region a destination for families and young professionals.

Nicole Castle, sales manager, Fifth Avenue Real Estate Marketing Ltd., says: “Parc East homeowners can enjoy city living without high city costs and also unwind in the great outdoors without ever being too far from urban amenities.

“Not to mention, we’re on the north side of the Fraser River, so you don’t have the hassle of long commutes or the daily aggravation of paying bridge tolls.”

Over 2,000 potential buyers have already registered as Parc East VIPs, but April 29 is when everyone will get a chance to preview these designer condos and experience the lifestyle they provide.

This exciting release event is from noon to 3 p.m. and will include live music by local Port Coquitlam artist Layla Vaugeois. “Guests can also enjoy pulled pork from local Porky’s Food Truck and cookies, breads and sweet loafs from Port Coquitlam’s own Delish Gluten Free Bakery,” says Castle.

Considering the excitement that Parc East has already generated, Castle urges interested homebuyers to RSVP by registering online today. To register and learn more, please visit

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