In North Burnaby you can stroll to delis, bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants, grocery stores, and even enjoy ice cream in an old fashioned ice cream shop. Continued development of residential multifamily homes has expanded and modernized North Burnaby’s primary retail hub—Brentwood Town Centre—however, even as condos move in, the community continues to maintain its distinctly small-town charm. Willingdon Heights, Parkcrest, and Sperling-Duthie are perfect for families, featuring a selection of schools, soccer fields, baseball fields, and ice arenas. North Burnaby also offers an easy commute to Downtown Vancouver.
“Diverse and Vibrant” best describes the
located in the sought-after North Burnaby community. It stretches from Boundary Road in the west to Burnaby Mountain with SFU in the east, bounded by the Burrard Inlet in the north and Lougheed Highway at the south. When the streetcar started operating in Burnaby in 1908, the area saw an influx of European immigrants. That vibe continues in North Burnaby today. neighbourhoods such as Capitol Hill and Vancouver Heights offer some of the most beautiful vistas in Metro Vancouver. Dramatic views of Downtown Vancouver, Mount Baker, and Indian Arm surround you.