George by Marcon in Port Moody

Coming soon to Port Moody, George is already wowing savvy homebuyers looking for a home with an urban vibe, great location and amazing floorplans.

Brought to you by Marcon, George is a boutique collection of condominium residences in a six-storey, wood-frame lowrise plus an exclusive offering of contemporary townhomes. Situated at St George Street and Buller, George puts you just steps from the many neighbourhood attractions that have earned Port Moody its status as one of Metro Vancouver’s hidden gems.

“People are just discovering what an amazing place Port Moody is,” says Liz Anderson, director of marketing. “It’s got a genuine neighbourhood ambiance yet there’s also a robust selection of urban amenities. For example, there are four craft breweries along Brewery Row, a large and very well-programmed community centre, and great access to the Evergreen Line and West Coast Express, as well as a vibrant cafe and restaurant scene.”

The Home for Your Lifestyle

George will be a combination of townhomes plus a six-storey, wood-frame condominium. “We have floorplans ranging from one- to three-bedroom condos right up to family-sized, four-bedroom townhomes,” says Anderson. “So whether you’re a first-time buyer, a new couple or ready to start a family, or tired of the hassle of a house and looking for the convenience of lock-and-go living, you’ll find a home that’s perfect for every stage of life at George.”

Get Active

Port Moody’s reputation as a destination for outdoor enthusiasts is well deserved – and George connects you to everything.

Just minutes away is Rocky Point Park, a favourite place for kayaking, swimming or just soaking up the rays over a picnic on the beach. Every April, this is home to the Inlet Spring Regatta that attracts well over a thousand people, and that’s only one of the many family-friendly events happening here throughout the year.

When you’re ready to explore further afield, you could head to Buntzen Lake and the Traboulay PoCo Trail, or hang glide at Burnaby Mountain. If you prefer two wheels, bike trails are waiting to be explored in every direction, too.

Of course, you might prefer some serious urban hiking (a.k.a. retail therapy) at the nearby Coquitlam Centre. Who says you can’t have the best of all worlds?

George’s presentation centre is coming soon. To ensure you’re among the first to receive more information as it becomes available, register today at


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