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About Burnaby Real Estate

Burnaby is British Columbia's third-largest city, renowned for its excellent system of parks and outstanding recreation and cultural facilities.
The suburb immediately east of Vancouver really hit its stride when the first SkyTrain line was completed in 1986. Not only did the elevated train provide a direct, quick trip into Vancouver, it also sparked a boom of dense new residential and commercial development around each of the city's 10 SkyTrain stations that service three lines.

A city of parks

In 2009, Burnaby was recognized by Maclean's magazine as Canada's best managed city. At least part of that may be due to its commitment to maintaining green space in its many, diverse parks. These include Deer Lake and Burnaby Lake parks, each surrounding ancient urban lakes that are home to wildlife like herons, eagles, turtles and even the occasional bobcat. Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area is one of the largest parks in Metro Vancouver, encompassing the region's highest point with forested hiking and biking trails. Barnet Marine Park is quintessentially West Coast, with breathtaking views of ocean, mountains, sea and bird life, as well as passing freighters and tug boats from its sandy beach.
The city's recreational and cultural facilities are second to none. Many of them are concentrated in the Central Valley area with quick and easy access to the Trans-Canada Highway. They include the Burnaby Lake Sports Complex that is comprised of artificial and natural grass pitches for soccer, rugby, football, field hockey, field lacrosse and even Aussie Rules Football. There's also tennis courts, an archery range, rowing pavilion, an indoor pool, two municipal skating arenas and eight private ones.

Culture and commerce

The city's cultural hub at Deer Lake Park includes galleries, studios, two theatres for live performances, an outdoor festival lawn for concerts and a museum that recreates life in the city as it might have been in the 1920s.
Burnaby's Metrotown commercial area is anchored by no less than three shopping malls. Metropolis at Metrotown is the largest shopping centre in the province. Station Square is undergoing a major redevelopment that will transform it into a retail and residential centre. The Crystal is a shopping destination for the Asian community.