Burke Mountain Village

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Leasing Opportunity - Burke Village Cafe

We’re looking for a retailer to bring their expertise to create the first-of-its-kind café on Burke Mountain in a portion of the future Burke Mountain Discovery Centre. The brochure below will provide a preview of the opportunity, and we’ll be launching a Request for Proposals (RFP) soon.

The future Burke Mountain Village, formerly called the Partington Creek Neighbourhood Centre (PCNC), will be the commercial and social hub of Burke Mountain in Northeast Coquitlam. This 15.8-hectare (39-acre) site is located east of Burke Mountain Creek and south of David Avenue. 

The City of Coquitlam is the primary land owner of the Village lands, which is expected to house over 2,000 residential units (apartments and townhomes) and include 120,000 square feet of retail. The Village will also include a state-of-the-art community centre, large public plaza and neighbourhood park.

Walking West on the South Side of Princeton Avenue Bird's eye concept of the future Village Looking north up the village's central spine towards David Avenue



New Burke MapBurke Mountain Information Map

Those interested in the Burke Mountain area, may be interested in future plans for schools, parks and roads in the area. View the City’s Burke Mountain Information Map to get an overview of current amenities and future plans.


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  • History & Background

  • Frequently Asked Questions

Next steps (2018 onwards):

Good planning takes time, and the City will now take the steps necessary to implement the PCNC Master Plan including: 

  • Development Phasing Strategy – To determine how and when parcels within the PCNC will be released for sale. This is essential to ensuring the right mix of commercial uses that both serves the daily needs of the residents and also allows the businesses to thrive.
  • Detailed design of public spaces – Critical to establishing a strong neighbourhood identity that will provide functional and well-designed public spaces.

Stay Connected

Those interested in neighbourhood updates and the ongoing development of northeast Coquitlam are invited to sign up for Burke Mountain Email Updates or follow the City’s social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter for news and information.

For More Information 

Civic Lands & Facilities
Curtis Scott
Manager, Land Development