Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Greater Vancouver
The City of Coquitlam—a vibrant, diverse and growing community with a population of 141,000—is strategically situated in the heart of Metro Vancouver. Coquitlam’s proximity to Vancouver, access to markets, transportation and housing options, recreation opportunities, highly educated labour force, open and accessible local government and innovative business community are some of the factors t... Read More
The City of Coquitlam—a vibrant, diverse and growing community with a population of 141,000—is strategically situated in the heart of Metro Vancouver. Coquitlam’s proximity to Vancouver, access to markets, transportation and housing options, recreation opportunities, highly educated labour force, open and accessible local government and innovative business community are some of the factors that are driving economic growth. The major sectors are: technology; professional services; retail/wholesale trade; manufacturing; public administration; transportation; construction and tourism.
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203-1015 Austin Avenue, Coquitlam, BC
Looking for a sole practitioner to take over my well-established (22 years) and growing firm in the Tri-Cities area. No reviews or audits. Annual gross billings $ 225-250K. Office is in a Professional building with lawyers and doctors, and area is experiencing significant expansion and improvement. ...
84 N Bend St, Coquitlam, BC, V3K 6H1
LocationConveniently situated in Coquitlam, this multi-tenant complex is located just north of Shuswap Avenue and west of United Boulevard, which connects to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1). There are many amenities nearby the complex including Micky’s Public House, the Hard Rock Casino, Starbu...
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