Welcome to Burnaby, a gorgeous city located just east of Vancouver with a population of 223,000. Burnaby is the third largest city in British Columbia and has designated 25% of its land as parks and open space.
Burnaby has many attractions such as Burnaby Mountain, Central Park, or even fishing many of the surrounding rivers and lakes.
This vibrant city has many condos mainly consisting of Low-Rise and High-Rise developments along the outer parts of the city.
The two most densely populated areas of Burnaby for condos are along the Kingsway in southwest Burnaby and around Lougheed Highway in the northwest area of the city.
The large number of developments in southwest Burnaby is because that is the location of Metrotown, their town centre.
Burnaby's condos are on the market for 35 days on average, and the average sale price for a condo in Burnaby is $688,440. Burnaby saw a decrease in the number of condos sold of -2% compared to the previous year, with 3354 Burnaby condos being sold last year.
Burnaby is accommodating to motorists and to other modes of transportation as well. The city has a walk score of 24, a good transit score of 48, and a bike score of 74. With these options, no matter how you choose to get around, Burnaby can provide a route.
A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Starbucks - Cornerstone and Mackenzie Cafe in the hood. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at Nesters Market. Locals recommend eating at A&W Canada and Gawon Express Korean Cuisine in Burnaby Mountain - they have great food! There is a surprising amount of green space with Embark Learning Garden nearby Hamilton. The closest pharmacy to Hamilton is Guardian - Nesters Market and Pharmacy SFU. Burnaby Mountain has many local events taking place with Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology and SFU Art Gallery catering to the arts scene. The local school in Burnaby Mountain is University Highlands.