Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
|1||567 Clarke + Como||162.2 m / 532 ft|
|2||Highpoint||160.8 m / 528 ft|
|3||Burquitlam Park 1||154.6 m / 507 ft|
|4||MThree||129.8 m / 426 ft|
|5||Oasis||114.3 m / 375 ft|
|6||1123 Westwood||112.8 m / 370 ft|
|7||Levo 1||108.5 m / 356 ft|
|8||Grand Central Three||99.7 m / 327 ft|
|9||Burquitlam Park 2||99.4 m / 326 ft|
|10||Grand Central Two||93.6 m / 307 ft|
30 August 2022
Coquitlam Eyes Expansion with a Spate of New Towers
Wider sidewalks, more street lighting, trees and benches, and a lane for e-bikes and e-scooters is on the horizon for Coquitlam City Centre. City hall...
05 May 2022
Revised Plans for Coquitlam Waterfront Include More Rentals and More Amenities
The plan to provide Coquitlam with its own waterfront community has gained new momentum, with the developer providing the municipal government with an update that...
10 March 2020
High-Rise Being Considered to Replace Burned-Down Coquitlam Residential Building
Coquitlam council is considering a high-rise for the site of a former Burquitlam rental building that burned down in 2019. Amacon Developments is proposing a...