is a development proposal by Wesgroup Properties to transform 59 single-family homes into a well-connected, accessible, transit-oriented and “Made-in-Port-Moody” master-planned community.
On September 12, 2023, Coronation Park received Second Reading by Council and was referred to Public Hearing for October 3rd, 2023.
After considerable public input at the Public Hearing, Council unanimously approved the Third Reading of the Rezoning Bylaw. Wesgroup and municipal staff will work through the legal agreements and final details for the rezoning over the winter months. The next milestone is Fourth (and final) Reading of the Bylaw.
In April 2022, the Official Community Plan Amendment was approved for additional uses, height and changes to the road network. The rezoning bylaw application is intended to implement the policy direction with additional details for redevelopment.
Coronation Park is envisioned
built for everyone
The inclusion of daycare, homes for people in all stages of life, and amenities with programming for various age groups and abilities make Coronation Park a place for everyone, at every stage of life.
a “made-in-Port-Moody” designed community
Port Moody’s strengths are celebrated through the proposed design, from the inclusion of public art on-site, the presence of parks and open space, connection to SkyTrain, mix of uses, and a human-scale streetscape.
a sustainable community
Located a 5-minute walk from Inlet Centre SkyTrain Station, and ensuring residents will be able to meet their daily needs within a short walk from home, will contribute to a more sustainable and resilient community, and future for Port Moody.
the creation of office space, daycare and new retail options contribute an estimated 1,114 new long-term jobs, supporting the local economy. Residents of Coronation Park will also help to support local businesses in the Tri-Cities.
Steps away from SkyTrain, Coronation Park is well connected within Port Moody, and beyond.
walk to the Skytrain
long-term jobs created
for 194 kids, exceeding projected need
Provides 3x more Community Amenity Contributions than required by the City of Port Moody
2,587 new homes
including 101 market rental homes with a range of housing options
105,000 sq ft
new commercial space, including a grocery + drug store
30,000 sq ft
2,006,372 square feet
84,798 square feet
101 units (10% for seniors), rent-to-own
9,586 square feet (apprx. 194 spaces)
CENTRAL RESIDENTIAL AMENITY
15,216 square feet
CITY OWNED AMENITY
2,002 square feet
29,752 square feet
16,970 square feet
*Numbers denote storeys of a building
** Buildings have traded places
APRIL 2022 (Previous Council)
OCP amendment approval
First Reading & Open House
OCTOBER 3, 2023
Unanimous approval at Public Hearing & Third Reading
Development Permit Application
Anticipated Project Completion
Rezoning application submitted
SEPTEMBER 12, 2023
Final adoption of Rezoning Bylaw
Construction on Phase 1
Note: This application is under review by City of Port Moody staff and is subject to change. All dates are estimated and are subject to change