Burnaby – Burnaby East

Burnaby East is a suburban neighbourhood in the northeast corner of the city, along the border with New Westminster, between Cumberland Street and Canada Way. It is comprised mostly of single family homes, with a few newer townhouse developments.

 

Neighbourhood amenities

This quiet neighbourhood is close to handy to two of Burnaby’s best parks.

Robert Burnaby Park is a natural getaway with a network of trails that extend up a wooded ravine. The park also features an outdoor swimming pool, a playground, disc golf course, and an off-leash dog area.

Just to the north of the neighbourhood, Burnaby Lake Park wraps around the largest of the city’s two urban lakes. The park’s trails offer lookouts from which to view ducks, eagles, herons and even beavers, against the backdrop of Burnaby’s burgeoning skyline. The water is often alive with rowers and paddlers getting in early morning workouts.

A lively commercial district along 6th Street bisects the neighbourhood. Multi-cultural shops, restaurants and grocerterias cater to almost every taste. Just at the top of 6th Street, the neighbouring Edmonds area offers even more options, including a public library and community centre.

 

Schools

 

Transit

There many bus routes that surround the perimeter of Burnaby East that service destinations to different Skytrain Stations around the Lower Mainland. McBride Blvd is a great road to use to get on the Patullo Bridge and Kingsway is just seconds away from Burnaby East and is a great route to get into Vancouver.

 

Burnaby East real estate

Detached houses make up the majority of the real estate market in Burnaby East. Condos and townhomes are available in limited amounts.

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House Market Stats

YearAVG PriceHighLowMedianAVG $/SFHighLowMedianBuilt After 2000Built Before 2000AVG DOMCount
2010$681,551 $1,018,000 $413,000 $645,500 $293$489$203$282$882,409 $629,175 4284
2011$808,791 $1,275,000 $550,000 $757,500 $322$551$195$312$1,019,660 $764,232 3176
2012$808,664 $1,258,432 $512,000 $761,500 $332$770$215$329$1,018,372 $786,679 2962
2013$832,411 $1,303,000 $510,000 $783,000 $332$706$234$323$1,034,526 $735,761 4765
2014$910,607 $1,295,238 $525,000 $855,000 $340$598$200$344$1,144,408 $808,207 3581
2015$1,065,713 $1,843,048 $646,000 $1,020,000 $411$984$265$396$1,325,669 $941,843 2688
2016$1,408,463 $2,036,190 $820,000 $1,357,500 $546$1,107 $359$513$1,689,797 $1,276,312 1662

Condo Market Stats

YearAVG PriceHighLowMedianAVG $/SFHighLowMedianBuilt After 2000Built Before 2000AVG DOMCount
2010$284,400 $325,900 $239,900 $289,400 $409$442$385$408$284,400 n/a186
2011$328,394 $412,500 $240,399 $330,338 $399$416$375$402$328,394 n/a2134
2012$296,156 $494,000 $183,000 $282,900 $469$537$436$462$296,156 n/a289
2013$276,250 $370,000 $182,500 $276,250 $448$461$435$448$276,250 n/a82
2014$371,883 $502,500 $255,000 $374,900 $439$486$404$439$371,883 n/a326
2015$323,000 $323,000 $323,000 $323,000 $415$415$415$415$323,000 n/a1361
2016$353,550$552,000$272,000$285,500$510$739$431$453$353,550n/a1295

Townhouse Market Stats

YearAVG PriceHighLowMedianAVG $/SFHighLowMedianBuilt After 2000Built Before 2000AVG DOMCount
2010$470,000 $470,000 $470,000 $470,000 $240$240$240$240n/an/a141
2011$400,300 $415,000 $379,000 $406,900 $361$374$339$370$400,300 n/a893
2012$378,315 $384,000 $368,944 $382,000 $341$347$335$342$378,315 n/a853
2013$411,500 $411,500 $411,500 $411,500 $448$448$448$448$411,500 n/a2471
2014$428,725 $529,900 $325,000 $430,000 $363$461$248$372$463,300 $325,000 524
2015$475,467 $573,000 $433,800 $454,000 $369$498$252$397$477,700 $471,000 276
2016$450,000$450,000$450,000$450,000$409$409$409$409$450,000n/a91

Burnaby – Burnaby East

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