The City of Coquitlam strategically acquires and sells lands in a way that ensures maximum benefit to the community. Land-sale proceeds are reinvested in the community, with a portion of each sale set aside for future strategic purchases.
Coquitlam’s City Lands Division represents the City as land and property owner and provides advice and assistance in the leasehold and freehold purchase and sale of City-controlled real estate assets.
Please check this webpage periodically to view lands available for purchase.
Current City Land Sale Opportunities
The City of Coquitlam owns a number of properties, including commercial, industrial, mixed-use lots and residential development sites, that are periodically offered for sale. Our dedicated and professional City Lands team expertly guides prospective buyers and developers throughout the purchase process.
There are no opportunities available at this time. For City-owned land inquiries email Land Sales.
For privately-owned lots, prospective buyers are encouraged to contact a local area real estate agent for assistance or visit realtylink to view the Multiple Listing Service lot listings for the Coquitlam area.
City-Owned Properties for Rent
The City of Coquitlam maintains a number of residential properties for rent. If you are interested in a City-owned rental property, please complete the application form (PDF) and submit the completed application to the Information Desk on the main floor of City Hall at 3000 Guildford Way.
Land Management Principles
The City strives to create and maintain sustainable land-based resources, both land inventory and land reserve funds, for the benefit of the community now and in the future. Coquitlam’s City Lands team is guided by the following principles:
Strategically acquires and disposes of lands in a way that ensures maximum benefit to the community.
Establish and manage a long-term land-based resource within the existing Land Sales Reserve (LSR) fund to ensure the proceeds of the City’s land sales benefit the community.
Sets aside a portion of the ongoing land sale proceeds for the strategic acquisition and development of properties within Coquitlam.
Borrow internally from the LSR for projects that benefit the community, with re-payment of those proceeds over a pre-defined period of time with interest.
Actively pursue opportunities for Public-Private Partnerships as a means to achieve maximum benefit from City lands.
Land Development Updates
For more information on the latest in development of Coquitlam’s northeast sector, please review::