Burnaby – Central Park

The Central Park neighbourhood runs from Boundary Road in the west to Willingdon Avenue in the east, from Imperial Drive to Moscrop Street. At its heart is Central Park, an 86.4 hectare urban park.

The variety of homes in the neighbourhood runs from condos in towering high rises to large custom-built residences with seven or eight bedrooms.

Neighbourhood amenities

Central Park is the neighbourhood’s centrepiece. Its tall, majestic cedar forest shades an extensive network of walking trails, two large ponds, a pitch and putt golf course, tennis courts, an outdoor pool as well as a playground that was dedicated by Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. In the park’s northwest corner, Swangard Stadium hosts regional, national and international soccer, rugby and track and field, as well as a number of community festivals.

The Central Park neighbourhood is adjacent to the busy Metrotown shopping, entertainment and business district. It includes the province’s largest mall, the main branch of the Burnaby Public Library as well as numerous independent shops and restaurants.

 

Schools

 

Transit

The Central Park neighbourhood is served by the Patterson SkyTrain station; Downtown Vancouver is a 15-minute train ride away. There’s also a major bus hub at Metropolis at Metrotown shopping mall, allowing transit connections to almost anywhere in the Lower Mainland.

 

Central Park real estate

Central Park offers a variety of real estate options for every need an budget. Single-family detached homes range from older bungalows to spectacular custom homes. A development boom is also bringing new townhomes, condos and apartments to the area.

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House Market Stats

YearAvg PriceHighLowMedianAvg $/SFHighLowMedianAVG After 2000AVG Before 2000Avg DOMCount
2010$822,942 $1,368,000 $492,000 $779,000 $302$384$239$294$1,242,667 $762,505 4224
2011$924,353 $1,530,000 $528,000 $839,500 $389$652$252$368$1,252,400 $862,554 2532
2012$1,053,213 $1,485,000 $585,000 $1,050,000 $391$532$277$374$1,485,000 $1,083,473 3415
2013$934,569 $1,160,000 $640,000 $960,000 $411$741$247$416$925,333 $938,417 4517
2014$1,185,089 $1,635,000 $835,000 $1,193,500 $432$706$274$423$1,333,295 $1,055,100 3122
2015$1,314,264 $2,196,000 $922,500 $1,252,000 $507$766$364$504$1,486,814 $1,289,614 2740
2016$1,633,761 $2,255,238 $1,098,888 $1,655,000 $681$925$471$645$1,891,746$1,547,765 1612

Condo Market Stats

YearAvg PriceHighLowMedianAvg $/SFHighLowMedianAVG After 2000AVG Before 2000Avg DOMCount
2010$318,001 $549,000 $172,900 $315,000 $340$460$272$335$368,800 $317,276 4171
2011$313,971 $590,000 $140,000 $313,250 $352$483$275$340$388,140 $309,983 4498
2012$319,518 $573,000 $175,000 $315,000 $366$495$243$357$364,682 $310,646 5867
2013$316,648 $589,000 $148,500 $309,000 $352$500$227$336$383,875 $308,374 7773
2014$374,395 $1,080,000 $159,980 $371,000 $404$882$250$362$525,778 $326,699 5596
2015$383,898 $948,900 $150,000 $354,750 $427$848$234$374$517,632 $326,583 45120
2016$406,386$661,000$210,000$399,000$439$629$296$429$410,417$405,8493051

Townhouse Market Stats

YearAvg PriceHighLowMedianAvg $/SFHighLowMedianAVG After 2000AVG Before 2000Avg DOMCount
2010$478,148 $550,000 $288,000 $493,000 $379$471$294$406$494,375 $454,545 3527
2011$491,898 $592,000 $320,000 $505,500 $456$559$342$460$493,131 $484,500 1414
2012$490,286 $585,000 $395,000 $509,000 $378$481$276$363$541,583 $451,813 5814
2013$436,539 $629,900 $294,900 $415,000 $451$538$298$445$438,664 $421,667 3224
2014$515,828 $677,500 $316,800 $514,800 $437$553$270$464$562,210 $423,063 4524
2015$500,906 $705,888 $269,900 $519,900 $478$569$287$496$499,492 $507,335 2761
2016$668,857$820,000$502,000$710,000$565$780$358$569$727,000$523,500137

Burnaby – Central Park

Central Park Real Estate 5674 Jersey Ave, Burnaby, BC V5H 2L4, Canada