Port Moody is called the “City of the Arts” because of its unique vibe and art scene. The City’s Arts and Culture Master Plan encourages artistic activities and displays in the City. There are many art galleries to visit here. You can find Inlet Theatre in the Civic Centre, Port Moody Arts Centre in the original city hall (built 1913) and the Station Museum in the CPR station (built 1905). Located 20 km East of Vancouver at the head of the Burrard Inlet.(Source: The Canadian Encyclopedia)
Did you know? The Coast Salish people were the first to live in this area, and archaeology confirms continuous occupation of the territory for at least 9,000 years. Other First Nations to live in the area are: Musqueam, Squamish, Stó:lō and Tsleil-Waututh. (Source: Wikipedia)
Suter Brook Village is a lively, pedestrian friendly retail centre with residential towers and townhomes surrounded. Tree lined streets, friendly atmosphere welcomes the visitors. Everything is in walking distance and there are pubs, coffee shops with outdoor patios: Romer’s Burger Bar, Starbucks, JJ Beans. Retail stores like Thrifty Foods, Cobs Breads, Liquor Store, sushi restaurants and other service providers. Have fun walking around and discover other specialty stores.
Just a few minutes from Rocky Point Park, Burrard Inlet and trails, it’s ideal for nature and fitness lovers.
Quality built high-rises and town homes are in the area, offering luxury apartments and homes for sale and rent. Many are equipped with gym, swimming pool and other amenities.
The village is easily accessible with the SkyTrain’s Millenium Line, it is just a short walk from the station.
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