New Westminster on Burrard Peninsula, is mainly on the north waterfront bank of the Fraser River east of Vancouver. New West has six neighbourhoods Downtown, Queensborough, Sapperton, Uptown, West End, Westminster Quay. New West is the oldest city in Western Canada. It is a historical and cultural hub that has something for everyone, from food and shopping to arts, theatre, and live entertainment. Population 70,996 as of 2016.
Transportation – Has five SkyTrain stations and over twenty bus routes.
Schools – School District 40, one high school, three middle schools, and eight elementary schools. Four colleges, including Douglas College.
Massey Theatre – Shows musical theatre hits, international music and dance, children’s entertainers, orchestras, choirs, ballets Royal City Musical Theatre.
The Irving House Historic Center – You can view Pictures, clothes, and ground-breaking technology for the times.
The Samson V Maritime Museum – an old paddle wheeler powered by steam
Royal City Shopping Centre – 40 shops and services.
River Market – 70,000 square feet for shopping, eating, and play on the Fraser River.
The Quay river front area has many New and existing condo towers along the Fraser River banks.
Queensborough has older more expensive fully detached residential properties.
Eastern New Westminster has large traditional-looking detached homes with some low-rise condo and high-rise apartments.
New Westminster Homes For Sale
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