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Sky Park, Phase One of the master-planned Concord Metrotown community, ushers in a reconceptualization of downtown Burnaby. Already a popular and exciting urban centre in Greater Vancouver, you will be even more fascinated by the how this community will evolve in the coming years.
The highly anticipated redevelopment of Metropolis at Metrotown incorporates excitement, inclusivity, and sustainability. It will include 1.7 million sq. ft. of new spaces to support its status as an urban activity, commerce, civic, and educational centre. Two acres of proposed green space and three acres of plaza — including a large civic plaza adjacent Metrotown Station —will foster social engagement. Concord Metrotown will be the genesis of the mega transformation in downtown Burnaby
This is where functionality and luxury coexist. The airy 9-foot ceiling of Concord Metrotown homes includes unparalleled convenience of integrated home automation, European stainless-steel appliance packages, and a unique steamer closet to refresh and sanitize garments with ease. Expansive living spaces, spa-inspired bathroom designs, and elegant continuity to a generous heated exterior, maximizes comfort for residents and their guests.
Enrich your life by balancing urban comforts with nature breaks. Jog the city’s over 230 km of trails, enjoy a nature walk at Burnaby Lake Regional Park, a light stroll through Central Park, or kayak your way across Deer Lake Park’s body of water. With 25 percent of Burnaby’s land designated as parks and open spaces, opportunities are boundless.
Your or your loved ones’ next educational credential is just an eight-minute drive away at BCIT or a 15-minute drive away at Simon Fraser University. These prominent post-secondary institutions provide wide-ranging educational options, while local French-immersion primary and secondary schools will prepare younger learners for long-term success.
As the centre of Metro Vancouver, Burnaby’s desirable location attracts local and international brands. Over the next 20 years, 50,000 more jobs are expected. Kick-start your future today by expanding your professional experience and network at major corporations with offices in Burnaby, including Telus, Best Buy Canada, Electronic Arts Canada, Global News, Fresh Slice Pizza, and Burnaby Hospital. Central Burnaby is also home to Bridge Studios, one of the most important establishments, which makes the province known for its “Hollywood North”.