Apartments for Rent in Port Coquitlam, BC

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Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

Port Coquitlam, home to a population of over 58,000 people, is located in the southern portion of the province. The city is situated near the communities of Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, New Westminster, and Coquitlam, and it spans more than 29 square kilometres. The southern section of the city is where the Fraser River and Pitt River meet, and includes the uninhabited Douglas Island, all of which make for beautiful views. The city has many amenities, including shopping, dining, recreation, and schooling.

Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
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Real Estate Market Overview

Port Coquitlam’s housing prices are on the high side, with averages ranging from $560,000 to $950,000.

Port Coquitlam’s northern section offers high-priced single-family homes and vacant land, as well as more affordable condo options. The central section of the city has plenty of condo options, along with single-family homes, townhouses, and vacant land. Some of the larger, more expensive homes in this section can be found along the Pitt River. In the southern section, single-family homes are most common, but there is also vacant land available. Commercial space is not as commonly available in the city.

Rental Market

The vacancy rate in Port Coquitlam has decreased over the past few years, sitting at around 2%. This is a tighter rental market than has been seen previously. The vacancy rates for bachelor and three-bedroom apartments have decreased the most. One of the main reasons for the decreased vacancy rate is the high demand for rental units due to higher house prices. Average rent costs in the city are around $715 for a bachelor apartment, $825 for a one-bedroom apartment, $1,030 for a two-bedroom apartment, and $1,200 for a three-bedroom (or more) apartment. The overall average rent cost is about $910. Rent costs in the city have increased slightly over the past few years, with two-bedroom apartments seeing the highest rent increase.

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Major industries in Port Coquitlam include retail, healthcare and social assistance, construction, manufacturing, wholesale trade, transportation and warehousing, professional services, accommodation and food services, and public administration. Some of the larger employers in the city are School District 43, the City of Port Coquitlam, CP Rail, Lilydale, Sysco, International Submarine Engineering Ltd., and Tri-m Technologies Inc. Port Coquitlam has a number of economic development and business support services and organizations, including the Port Coquitlam Business Improvement Association and the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce. The city’s unemployment rate sits at around 5%, which is slightly lower than the national rate.


TransLink operates the public transit service in the city, with the most commonly used routes being 159 (connects southern Port Coquitlam to the SkyTrain at Braid Station), 160 (links to Vancouver), and C38 (services the northern section of the city and links to regional buses). Two major transit hubs in the city are Port Coquitlam Centre and Port Coquitlam Station. Buses are accessible for those with mobility issues or baby strollers. TransLink trains are another travel option for city residents and can be accessed at Port Coquitlam Station.



School District 43 Coquitlam operates public schools in the city, which include James Park Elementary School, Cedar Drive Elementary School, Westwood Elementary School, Coquitlam River Elementary School, Birchland Elementary School, Central Elementary School, Mary Hill Elementary School, Maple Creek Middle School, Citadel Middle School, Riverside Secondary School, and Terry Fox Secondary School. Private school options are also available.

Post-secondary options in Port Coquitlam include Douglas College, Canada College Vancouver, Vancouver Career College, and Tri-City Community College. Other options in nearby communities include Coquitlam College, Sprott Shaw College, Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and Trinity Western University.

Family Life

Gates Park spans over 15 hectares and features multiple sports fields (including an artificial turf field) used for soccer, baseball, and softball. There are also tennis courts and basketball courts, as well as playgrounds, picnic facilities, change rooms, meeting space, a concession area, and restrooms. Part of the 25.3-kilometre Traboulay PoCo Trail runs through the park and is used for walking, running, cycling, and rollerblading.

The Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex includes two arenas, a large multipurpose hall, a meeting room, dressing rooms, a youth centre, a skate shop, food concession, and a 50+ fitness centre. Registered and drop-in programs include hockey, ice skating, ball hockey, and fitness classes, as well as youth programs such as summer camps. The facilities can be rented for classes or events.

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