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Sol by Adera


West Coquitlam is a new community that will offer residents the opportunity to live in a beautiful setting while enjoying all the amenities of city living. Located at the corner of Lougheed Highway and West Coast Road, this community is just minutes away from shopping centres, restaurants, schools, parks and transit routes. The small sub-area of Burquitlam is an area that is undergoing much change and development.



Sol by Aderas are designed to provide residents with a comfortable lifestyle in a vibrant urban environment. Each suite features a large living room, fully equipped kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, walk-in closet and private balcony. Residents also enjoy access to a resort style pool, gymnasium, party room, sauna, hot tub, playground and much more!



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Sol – Coquitlam Development History


ThereCoquitlam City Council has given first reading to Sol by Adera for rezoning 724 and 736/738 Como Lake Avenue, and 750/752, 754/756 and 758/760 Robinson Street.

Burquitlam Condo Development

The  subject site is located in the Burquitlam/Lougheed neighbourhood, immediately west of Robinson Street, south of Como Lake Avenue and north of Grover Avenue. A total of 201 units are said to be developed on this site;  one six-storey market condominium building and one six-storey market rental building with 201 total units

Develop 92 market condominium units consisting of 51 one-bedroom units (55%), 30 two-bedroom units (33%), and 11 three-bedroom units (12%).

Develop 109 market rental units consisting of 64 studio and one-bedroom units (59%), 34 two-bedroom units (31%), and 11 three-bedroom units (10%)

Amenity areas include indoor multi-purpose rooms and outdoor BBQ and dining areas, rooftop garden plots, children’s play area, and lounge seating areas.

On Monday, June 26, 2017, Coquitlam Council adopted the Burquitlam-Lougheed Neighbourhood Plan (BLNP) and associated amendments zoning and CWOCP amendments. The new plan will guide growth in the neighbourhoods near North and Clarke Roads over the next 20 to 25 years. The plan envisions walkable, complete, and transit-oriented neighbourhoods that feature a mix of housing types and access to shopping, jobs, and amenities.

The plan identifies the infrastructure, services, parks, and facilities necessary to support the anticipated growth, while calling for a mix of housing types.  Around the Ever Gren Line we will se igher-density, high-rise development and along North Road, townhomes, row homes and fourplexes and detached single family homes further away.  There will be up to 9,000 to 10,000 new homes are anticipated in the area over the next 20 to 25 years.