Cressey's MThree will be the tallest building in Coquitlam.

Cressey's MThree will be the tallest building in Coquitlam.

MThree hits a summit in Coquitlam

Cressey's MThree joins MOne and MTwo in their popular Metropolitan Series of condominiums.



Cressey is rising above the rest with MThree, Coquitlam’s tallest tower at 48 storeys and the final phase in their very popular Metropolitan Series.

“The response has been phenomenal,” says Cressey Senior Development Manager Jason Turcotte. “We have a variety of homes to choose from, and people are loving the amenities and the finishings.”

MThree joins MOne and MTwo, which raised the bar for condominiums in the neighbourhood.

“Each project has added pieces to the puzzle,” Turcotte says. “The feedback has been great, and I think it’s really helped buyers to physically see what we’re offering here.”

Like all Cressey projects, one of the most amazing features at MThree is also one of the main gathering areas in the home.

“We take a lot of pride in our CresseyKitchens,” Turcotte says. “The kitchen design at the presentation centre is in virtually every home in the project. People love being able to touch and feel the kitchen they will actually have in their home.”

The kitchens at MThree include wood-grained laminate cabinetry, modern under-cabinet lighting and sleek quartz composite countertops, complemented by a glass tile backsplash and integrated European appliances that will please any gourmet chef.

Moving into the bathrooms, you’ll find a luxurious rain shower head perfect for washing away the day’s stresses, in-floor heating (in the main bathroom in the one-bedroom homes and in the ensuite in the two-bedroom homes) and large handset tile flooring. The ensuite bathroom also includes a limestone countertop, while the main bathroom features marble countertops.

There are a variety of floorplans available, ranging from over 600 square feet to more than 1,000 square feet in the penthouse homes. Every home is built in an open-plan layout to maximize your square footage, and the overheight ceilings add to the sense of space.

The best part of MThree could be The Summit Club, located on the top two levels. With over 9,000 square feet of space, the amenities are spectacular. The clubhouse includes multiple workout areas, a large outdoor deck, a games area with billiards tables, foosball tables and a big-screen TV and, best of all, a huge indoor atrium soaring 32 feet high with trees and a park-like feel.

The atrium will also include plenty of greenery and places to sit and relax.

Other amenities at The Summit Club include a lounge with a chef’s kitchen, a baby grand piano and plenty of space to entertain, and a children’s play area on the fifth floor.

MThree is located in the thriving neighbourhood of Coquitlam Town Centre, meaning you can easily walk to shopping, restaurants, schools and leisure activities. You’ll also find the upcoming Evergreen Line and the West Coast Express easily accessible, so your commute doesn’t need to include a car.

Homes at MThree start in the low to mid-$200,000s for a one-bedroom and the low-$300,000s for a two-bedroom. For more information, visit www.liveatmthree.com, call 604-472-9555 or visit the presentation centre at 2992 Glen Drive, Coquitlam, open every day except Friday between 12 and 5 p.m.

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