Municipalities

Coquitlam

Coquitlam is an assorted and dynamic city, arranged between the Coast Mountains and the Fraser and Pitt Waterways. The City has phenomenal amenities, including transportation (Hwy 1) and broadband internet (Q-Net the City Possessed Fiber Optic System). The City’s creative and instructed populace appreciates access to mountains, streams and fantastic parks and recreation facilities. As the goal of the new Evergreen (Skytrain) line, Coquitlam is focused on making a robust urban center in the Downtown area neighbourhood, one of the six local downtown areas for the Metro Vancouver range.

Coquitlam’s businesses appreciate amazing access for truck’s proximity to transportation frameworks including Hwy 1. Coquitlam has various ground arranged spaces with loading bays and high roofs.

  • 152.5 sq kms
  • Populace – 122, 000 – anticipated to grown 206,000 by 2021
  • 1000 population for each square kilometer

www.coquitlam.ca

Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge is an energetic developing group on the north shore of the Fraser River, thirty minutes north of the US border and Abbotsford International Airport; and 45 minutes east of downtown Vancouver and the Vancouver International Airport. It has distinguished cutting edge tech, education and Game and Outside Tourism as main areas of investment. With a wealth of accessible business, industrial, private and farmland at, probably, the most moderate rates in Metro Vancouver it is drawing in noteworthy enthusiasm from investors and builders.

  • 270 sq kms – 1,000 sections of land of accessible modern land; 140 of underutilized or empty business; and 690 available for later
  • Populace – 74,000 – anticipated to develop to 134,000 by 2040. Grew 9.2% 2001-2008
  • 275 population for every square kilometer
  • Named “#2 Investment Town” in BC and “the place to contribute for way of life” by the REIN group 2009
  • Within moderate drive time of Vancouver Universal Airplane terminal, Abbotsford Global Air terminal, downtown Vancouver, worldwide seaport offices, and the US Border
  • There is a Revitalization Tax Exemption in Maple Ridge Town Centre for primarily private structures more than four stories high; and a more prominent tax reduction for ‘green structures

www.mapleridge.ca

www.investmapleridge.ca

New Westminster

The geographic center of Metro Vancouver, New Westminster is under thirty minutes from both downtown Vancouver and the US Border. It also has low improvement costs and is drawing in cutting edge organizations who take advantage of the city’s high centralization of fiber optic lines.

  • 15 sq kms
  • Populace – 59,000 – grew 7.1% 2001-2006
  • 3,800 pop for each sq km
  • Situated at the geographic focus of Metro Vancouver
  • Five rapid transit stations and major street associations with urban areas all through the metropolitan area
  • Close to Vancouver International Airport, downtown Vancouver, worldwide seaport offices, and the US Border
  • Waterfront advancement openings on the Fraser Waterway for private, tourism and mechanical parts

www.newwestcity.ca

North Vancouver

North Vancouver is a crucial business center and a key transportation focal point. Aside from a fruitful shipbuilding-based economy, its economy keeps on expanding and now incorporates recording, tourism and administration based businesses.

  • 12 sq kms
  • Populace – 130,000 – grew 2.4% 2001-2006
  • 3,812 populace for each sq km
  • Worldwide trade and logistics industry on north shore of Vancouver Port
  • Specialized innovation organizations
  • Marvellous lodging with sea and mountain living
  • Film and media business and world-class film program – Capilano College

www.cnv.org

www.dnv.org

Port Moody

Port Moody, City of Arts, oozes new age dynamism. Its kin are complex and accomplished. They look after the earth, social exercises and higher things in life. Port Moody is a picturesque and innovative place to work and play.

The City’s on oceanfront and the transcontinential railroad give boost to asset based businesses. The City has developed into a hip urban focus with conservative, award winning blended utilities. Port Moody’s concentration is currently moving toward secondary manufacturing, robotics, broadcast communications, aviation, sea building and PC programming.

  • 26 sq km
  • Populace – 32,000 – grew 15.5% 2001-2006
  • 1,074 pop for every sq km
  • Port Moody has the most park land per capita in the Greater Vancouver Area
  • Port Moody’s customary modern industry incorporates a remote ocean mass stacking terminal, two petrochemical distribution operations, a huge wood items producer, and a thermo electric creating station
  • Light industry, locally situated business, and cultural businesses
  • A developing health and social administrations sector
  • Waterfront advancement openings on the Burrard Channel for industrial sectors

www.cityofportmoody.com

Pitt Meadows

Pitt Meadows is the entryway to the Metro Vancouver area, situated at the crossing point of the urban and agrarian segments. The City is just 20 minutes north of the US boder and Abbotsford Airport and just 45 minutes east of downtown Vancouver and Vancouver International Airport. With the preservation of the farming business in the group and the nearness of our nearby provincial air terminal, the territory is developing as a center point for agrifood and aeronautics speculation. Other key speculation segments incorporate tourism, open air game and diversion, retail exchange and business administrations. With light mechanical and business-stop arrive accessible, simple access to encompassing markets and the absolute most reasonable assessment rates and advancement rates in the Metro Vancouver region, Pitt Knolls has risen as a key area for business and speculation fascination.

  • Group Estimate: 95 square kilometers
  • Populace: 17,000
  • Anticipated development by 2021: 22,000
  • Populace per Square Kilometer: 179
  • Accessible Land: 81 hectares of light mechanical/business stop; 52 hectares of business
  • Nearby Transportation Comforts: CP Rail multi-purpose yard, Pitt Meadows Airplane terminal
  • Travel: Simple access to the US border, the Worldwide Airport, and rail and seaport offices

www.pittmeadows.bc.ca

Richmond

Richmond is Metro Vancouver’s transportation hub, with a remote ocean port, amazing parkway associations and the Vancouver Universal air terminal. Asian migrants are presently around 33% of the populace, essentially powering independent company and retail development.

  • 129 sq km
  • Populace – 174,000 – grew 6.2% 2001-2006
  • 1,355 pop for every sq km
  • Midway situated in Metro Vancouver, minutes from the US border
  • Driving place for cutting edge industry pioneers – Microsoft, MDA, Ventyx, Acroheliopro Global Services, CHC Helicopters
  • Entrepreneurial, educated, diverse – more than 40% of Asian descent
  • Second biggest nexus of tourism in Metro Vancouver

www.richmond.ca

Surrey

Surrey, one of the fastest developing major cities in Canada, is beneficially situated at the intersection of Metro Vancouver and the United States. It has fantastic transportation network including six noteworthy highways, rail, two Canada/USA borders and a deep ocean port.

  • 317 sq kms
  • Populace – 465,000
  • 1,245 pop for each sq km
  • Biggest stock of industrial land with competitive land values in the area
  • Home to the second downtown of the Metro Vancouver area
  • Two Canada/borders intersections and a remote ocean port
  • Arranged nearby two international airports
  • Fast tracking investment action plan

www.surrey.ca

Vancouver

Vancouver’s main area 60% of the region’s office space and is home to the headquarters of forestry, mining companies and also branches of national and worldwide banks, bookkeeping and law offices.

  • 115 sq km
  • Populace – 578,000 – grew 5.9% 2001-2006
  • 5,039 pop for every sq km
  • English Columbia’s global front entryway and the district’s downtown
  • Dynamic downtown live/workplace blending visitors, office laborers, tech organizations, occupants and customers
  • Community for trans-Pacific business administrations

www.vancouvereconomic.com