|Address||202 – 1306 5TH Avenue, New Westminster|
|Floor Area||825 sqft|
High-quality condo built-in 2019 with 2-5-10 warranty, efficient layout is designed thoughtfully for homeowners. Westbourne features full-size stainless steel appliances w/Gas cooktop, full-size front loading washer and dryer. Some units offer extra-large balconies with a great river view. Living at Westbourne puts you in the heart of the Lower Mainland with quick and convenient routes to Vancouver, the Tri-Cities and beyond. Whether you work downtown or you’re heading into the city to catch the game, You have all kinds of options. Jump in your car or catch the Expo Skytrain Line at 22nd Station and be there in 20 minutes.
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Right Out Your Front Door
The River Market is over 70,000 square feet of shopping, eating and playing and since 1892, there’s been a market right by the waterfront. A relaxing way to spend an afternoon, the modern-day River Market has local, organic and specialities food that you can check out and purchase. Or, if you’re feeling like dining in, there’s a number of great food stalls like Freebird Chicken Shack, Re-UP BBQ and Longtail Thai Kitchen.
Board the M.V. Native, an authentic 100-passenger paddlewheeler, for an adventure on the mighty Fraser River! With live narration of facts and fiction about the Fraser and its history, you’ll encounter all the activity of a busy working river as well as the ever-present sights and sounds of wildlife such as seals, ospreys, great blue heron, eagles, salmon and sturgeon.
The Paddlewheeler pub is a New Westminster icon. The Paddlewheeler opened as part of the original Westminster Quay Public Market back in 1986. Today it is best know for it’s award winning patio on the boardwalk along the beautiful Fraser River
The Westminster Pier Park is also known for its collection of love locks that you can also contribute to with a loved one. Love locks is a romantic tradition where couples write their names on a padlock that they lock to a fence at the park in a sign of eternal love. These symbolic tokens originate from the city of love, Paris, decades ago, and have since spread around the world including right here.
Speaking of the Fraser River, the Fraser River Discovery Centre is a big and beautiful building built entirely dedicated to the Mighty Fraser. Right by the pier with admission by donation, the Fraser River Discovery Centre looks at the river from different perspectives to create unique exhibitions, whether from a historical, environmental or cultural perspective.
Call Diana today for a viewing at (604) 789-8202 or send me an email: