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MOne and MTwo established a standard for livability, design, and quality, and now, MThree by Cressey Developments, at 48 stories, will be the city’s highest tower and the third in a series of buildings within Cressey’s Metropolitan complex in the Coquitlam Town Centre area. The development was completed in 2016.
MThree, designed by Rositch Hemphill Architects and Insight Design Group features 319 units and offers unrivaled quality, as well as the building’s architectural element, which glows like a beacon at the top of the tower from The Summit Club, which is located at the summit of the MThree tower over 400 feet in the sky.
This is your last chance to become a member of Coquitlam Town Centre’s most successful community!
MThree is in the booming Coquitlam Town Centre neighbourhood, only steps from everyday conveniences.
Residents can easily stroll to shops, restaurants, grocery stores, the Coquitlam Centre, Henderson Place, SkyTrain, schools, parks, and activities.
There are various kinds of transportation accessible in the area, including large buses, smaller buses, and the nearby Evergreen Skytrain line. This is to guarantee that MThree inhabitants get to their destinations on time!
MThree commuters are also a one-minute walk from the Millennium Line at Lincoln Station if you prefer to use the train. The West Coast Express is another fantastic option because it is an express train service with minimal stops that quickly transports travelers to Vancouver’s Waterfront station.
It’s also worth noting that the area is well-served in terms of education, having a varied selection of schools from which to enroll children. Pinetree Secondary School, Walton Elementary, Ecole Nestor Elementary, and more elementary and secondary schools are also close.
Post-secondary students can attend the neighboring and well-known Simon Fraser University, which is only a 22-minute drive away.
The area also has Coquitlam’s luxury shopping mall, Coquitlam Centre, which is a terrific spot to spend time, window shop, or hang out if you want to stay indoors, and will ensure that you never run out of things to do! There are also nearby restaurants, pubs, and karaoke venues.
If you prefer being outside, this is the greatest spot to visit because it includes everything from skateboard parks to tennis courts to sports fields to tracks. Town Centre Park, Glen Park, and Hockaday Park are all nearby parks.
This is a busy neighbourhood, so you’ll never be bored!
MThree by Cressey is the third and final tower of the extremely successful Metropolitan Residences community in Coquitlam, located in the heart of Coquitlam Town Centre.
It is Coquitlam’s highest tower, at 48 stories tall, and is capped by The Summit Club, a 9,000 square foot Summit Clubhouse located on the 47th and 48th floors. The clubhouse has various gym spaces, a large outdoor deck, a games area with billiards tables, foosball tables, and a big-screen TV, and, most of all, a 32-foot-high inside atrium with trees and a park-like atmosphere.
There are several floorplans to choose from, ranging from over 600 square feet to more than 1,000 square feet in the penthouse houses. Every house is designed with an open floor plan to optimize square footage, and the overheight ceilings contribute to the impression of openness. Spacious and efficient houses are built around the well-known CresseyKitchenTM, which includes integrated appliances and plenty of storage and circulation space designed by Insight Design Group.
MThree’s kitchens include wood-grained laminate cabinets, sophisticated under-cabinet lighting, and elegant quartz composite worktops, which are accented by a glass tile backsplash and integrated European equipment that would delight any gourmet cook.
From conception to completion, every Cressey-built space results from extensive collaboration by a team of leading industry professionals and highly experienced development and construction personnel. This collaborative process leads to thoughtful attention to detail, numerous landmark buildings, as well as industry awards from the Urban Development Institute, Canadian Home Builders Association of BC, and others.