2400 Block of Clarke St, Port Moody
Developer: Placemaker Communities
Sales Status: Inquire for details
Mary Annes Place Port Moody: A Comprehensive Overview
Introduction to Mary Annes Place
Mary Annes Place, a new mixed-use development in Port Moody‘s Moody Centre, is a tribute to the late heritage advocate Mary Anne Cooper. This project by Placemaker Communities is set to redefine living in Port Moody, offering a blend of residential and commercial spaces.
Location and Accessibility
Nestled in the 2400 block of Clarke Street in Moody Centre, Mary Annes Place is just 850 meters from the Moody Centre Station, making it highly accessible for commuters. The development is within walking distance of Moody Elementary and Port Moody Secondary schools, making it ideal for families. Additionally, it’s close to Rocky Point Park and various shops, cafes, and dining options on Saint Johns Street.
Structure and Design
Mary Annes Place Port Moody will feature a 6-storey strata building, a 6-storey apartment building, and the restored P. Burns and Company heritage building. The site will also include over 24,000 sq ft of commercial space and a public mews for easy passage.
Mary Annes Place Port Moody offers 103 condominiums with 1- to 3-bedroom layouts, ranging from 517 to 1,052 sq ft. These include live-work units and adaptable suites, all equipped with air conditioning.
Amenities and Features
Residents of Mary Annes Place Port Moody will have access to a large amenity room with a lounge, dining area, games zone, and workspace. The rooftop terrace includes social spaces, a children’s play area, gardening planters, and an artificial turf lawn.The ground level will feature commercial spaces and live-work units, while a landscaped mews offers seating, a play space, and a game area.
Parking and Storage
Mary Annes Place Port Moody provides a common parkade with 258 vehicle spaces and storage for 271 bicycles, ensuring ample parking and storage facilities for residents and visitors.
The Development Team
Placemaker Communities is known for its commitment to community wellbeing, health, and happiness in its projects. GBL Architects, a Vancouver-based firm, is recognized for its green design practices and has a reputation for creating dynamic, socially responsible spaces. Portico Design Group is tasked with bringing the interiors of Mary Annes Place to life, known for their creative use of space, color, and texture.