02: SkyTrain & Location

The Centre of the Region

Metro Vancouver is a global and growing city renowned as one of the world’s best places to live. With its population and profile on the rise, new cultural hubs are being fuelled throughout the region. From Burnaby Mountain to Brewery Row, neighbourhoods are emerging with taste, creativity and young energy. And as these neighbourhoods attract families, young professionals, recent grads and newcomers from around the world, the region’s momentum is shifting. Instead of a single downtown core, culture, energy and development are spreading. And as the region evolves, these communities will thrive, adding to the story of what makes Metro Vancouver great.

A Connected City in 5 Ways

On a map of Metro Vancouver, The City of Lougheed is in the very centre. And as the hub that connects the transit and road networks, this location is unlike any other. Two on-site SkyTrain lines and a major bus loop meet to create one of the region’s busiest transit exchanges. Metro Vancouver’s major roadways are within minutes. And pedestrian and biking routes will link the site with the surrounding community.

Parking at The City of Lougheed

10 Minutes from Everything

Go North

Port Moody

A seaside city with village charm. Find eats and breweries alongside the natural beauty of lakes, beaches, and mountain trails.

Go East

Port Mann Bridge

A toll-free cable-stayed bridge crosses the Fraser River to connect Coquitlam to Surrey, Langley and beyond.

Go South

New Westminster

A bustling waterfront with restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions make Western Canada’s oldest city a unique urban destination.

Go West

Downtown Vancouver

A metropolis of world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment surrounded by spectacular views of the North Shore mountains and Pacific ocean.

The City of Lougheed is evolving into a 37-acre city. These are the 8 elements that will make it complete.