It’s official. People are falling in love with SOCO in South Coquitlam.
“We’ve had more than 4,000 people visit our presentation centre since we opened for previews at the beginning of the year,” says a clearly delighted Sharon Matsumoto, senior sales manager. “On the grand opening day, energy was buzzing throughout the centre with happy homebuyers eager to secure a home after lining up overnight. They’d done their research and come to the same conclusion we have — SOCO is the best value in Metro Vancouver. By the end of the weekend, our South Tower was 75 per cent sold.”
Many, she says, were first-time buyers, investors, or parents helping out their kids. “They appreciate the long-term value of purchasing into the first phase of a master-planned community like SOCO,” she says. “You get the best prices, the best selection of floorplans, and the best opportunity for your home to appreciate over time. It’s a fantastic time to buy.”
In addition to the varied selection of homes still available in the South Tower, Sharon notes the North Tower will be released soon. “Be sure to register, as we’re anticipating another excellent response.”
Homes for the way you live
Inside, SOCO offers a sophisticated, distinctly modern style. Open-concept floorplans are filled with sunshine, and views are breathtaking. Kitchens feature two-toned cabinetry, gas range with slim-profile hood fan, and eye-catching marble-inspired porcelain backsplash. Bathrooms are sleek with quartz counters and contemporary lighting. It’s all about living well.
Ultimately to be comprised of five residential towers, more than 67,000 sq. ft. of new office and retail spaces, and an on-site daycare, SOCO spans six acres on North Road. The open, street-level plazas will include trees, benches and a lively mix of gathering spaces creating a social, engaged lifestyle.
There’s plenty to keep you fit and entertained, too. Check out these residents-only community features: A clubhouse lounge where you’ll find a chef’s kitchen, games room, health studio with dedicated yoga space, a co-working lounge/boardroom, a workshop for hands-on projects or perhaps tuning up your bike, and even a dedicated sound room. Outside, there’s a sundeck with outdoor fire pit and barbecue, badminton and table tennis, children’s play area, lounge seating for socializing with friends, and an outdoor track.
All this plus easy access to the features that make this neighbourhood a great place to call home — transit, SFU, Rocky Point Park and Brewery Row in Port Moody, Lougheed Town Centre, and the freeway to Vancouver or the Interior’s wineries and ski hills.
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