The Heights on Austin at-a-glance
It’s one of Coquitlam’s most established and charming neighbourhoods, a place where people celebrate traditional values while embracing the future. This is Austin Heights, where you’ll find a dynamic and amenity-rich community that’s wowing savvy homebuyers of all generations.
Introducing the East Tower at the Heights on Austin, the first of two residential towers.
“Beedie always designs with the homeowner in mind,” explains Sunny Hahm, director of marketing and strategy. “It’s why we’ve included premium features such as integrated Fisher Paykel and Bosch appliances, generous nine-foot ceilings, and air conditioning. And with homes on each floor ranging from one- to three-bedrooms, this is going to become a vibrant, diverse community.”
Oh, and did you want to discuss views? Well, The Heights on Austin has them. Whether you prefer panoramic vistas of the Fraser River and Mount Baker or the forested mountains of the North Shore, these one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes offer some of the best views in the Lower Mainland. In fact, thanks to The Heights on Austin’s location at the crest of the hill, your toughest decision may well be which view you decide to wake up to every morning.
“This is truly Coquitlam’s best neighbourhood, a place where an established community is undergoing an exciting revitalization,” says Hahm.
“People are often surprised when they learn that this is one of Coquitlam’s oldest, most established commercial and residential districts. Over 250 shops and services are within easy walking distance, including the newly renovated and expanded 65,000-sq.-ft. Safeway in our new town centre at the base of the podium.”
Recreation is easy to find, too. The 190,000-sq.-ft. Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex with ice rink, fitness, and swimming pool facility is right next door. Or check out the prestigious Vancouver Golf Club that’s just down the street. And perfect for a summer picnic or an evening stroll are the nearby Como Lake Park and the charming Mundy Park where you’ll find some of the best huckleberry picking in the Lower Mainland. “All together, there are 750 acres of green spaces within a four-kilometre radius,” Hahm adds.
“Austin Heights is definitely Coquitlam’s most walkable neighbourhood and reminiscent of other pedestrian-friendly communities like Edgemont Village, Burnaby Heights, and Dundarave,” Hahm says. “Places you really could park your car on a Friday and never drive anywhere until Monday.”
And getting around has never been easier with convenient access to both the Trans Canada Highway and Lougheed Highway, plus three SkyTrain stations — Lougheed, Burquitlam, and Braid — all within a five-minute drive.
A Reputation to Count On
With 65 years of experience, Beedie Living is a local builder who remains committed to developing communities that will remain vibrant and livable far into the future. The Heights on Austin will be the company’s third community in Coquitlam in the past eight years, and plans are underway for a fourth — the 96-acre Fraser Mills.
“Fraser Mills will be the city’s first and only waterfront destination that will host over 4,700 homes, restaurants, shops, parks, and a community centre,” Hahm says. “This community will be a new legacy that will shape the future of the region, and yet another milestone for Beedie.”