Port Moody | Micro Vancouver

Port Moody | Micro Vancouver

Port Moody | Micro Vancouver There are good reasons why Vancouver consistently places in the top 20 best cities to live in, in the world. Renowned for its clean air, stunning natural beauty, access to culture and recreation, great beaches and friendly people it attracts people from all over the world as the ideal place … Read more

Port Moody successfully achieves “Small-Town” feel

Port Moody successfully achieves “Small-Town” feel At the latest DRAFT Official Community Plan Town Hall Meeting on November 27, 2013, I heard Jillian Hull, an active Port Moody volunteer, property owner and friend, talking about the concerns of losing “small town” character, say she wants to, “…shift the argument”. Without any evidence to these claims of concern, … Read more

Tri-Cities Celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay…

The 2010 Olympic Torch relay starts bright and early at 6:00 a.m. on February 11, 2010, in Port Moody at the intersection of Ioco Road and April Road, travels on Ioco Road to Knowle Street, and then stops for briefly at City Hall. Come out to Port Moody City Hall, enjoy a cup of hot … Read more

Will Port Moody’s Western Neighbourhoods Be Integrated?

A few years ago I became familiar with a 2005 Port Moody report, “Moody Centre Commercial Market Assessment and Revitalization Strategy Gap Analysis”. The objective of this report was to provide an overview of the market position and redevelopment strategy for the retail component of the Moody Centre Commercial District, “…a relatively large and mature … Read more

Younger in Port Moody…

Inlet Centre Backdrop in Autumn In early 2008 multi-family homes in Port Moody became the city’s main source of available housing stock. Yes, more than 50% of Port Moody’s households are now multi-family. In contrast to other cities, and based on the 2006 Census, Port Moody has a significantly younger citizen profile which means amongst … Read more

Port Moody (Moody Centre) – Condo.

View a slideshow here. Sold in 3 days – over list price! With wide appeal and the ultimate urban lifestyle, Moody Centre is envisioned as a local “Yaletown in the Burbs” and promises nothing but upside. We say, “Get in on the ground floor!”  V785856 Encompassing the south shore, Moody Centre is the focus of much … Read more

Which comes first, a third PoMo Evergreen station or density?

Which comes first, a third PoMo Evergreen station or density? By Sarah Payne – The Tri-City News  Published: May 28, 2009 4:00 PM Members of the Port Moody Western Station Committee packed Tuesday’s council meeting to plead for a third Evergreen Line station, and the west-end density needed to support it. Of the six stops currently … Read more

Evergreen Line – Third Station in Port Moody

Port Moody’s Old Town Future is in our hands – by Robert Simons (Reproduced from NewPort Village Voice) After waiting for 15 plus years – Port Moody businesses and citizens will begin the serious dialogue on plans and final engineering of long awaited transportation infrastructures; notable Evergreen Line and the Murray Clarke connector. A golden opportunity … Read more

Port Moody group wants more SkyTrain stations

Port Moody group wants more SkyTrain stations – Jennifer Mcfee   Coquitlam NOW – Wednesday, May 13, 2009 Two is not enough. That’s the message from a group of Port Moody residents and merchants who hope to see three SkyTrain stations pop up in the city along the Evergreen Line. Currently, two stations are planned in Port … Read more

Port Moody ready for 2010 Winter Olympics…

The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic dates are February 12 to 28, followed on March 12 to 21 by the Paralympics Winter Games. Visitors to the Olympics are already starting to organize their trips and many will need to consider accommodation options in Vancouver’s surrounding areas such as the Tri-Cities of, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody. … Read more

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