Apartments & Townhomes
We love our Discovery home kitchen and dining rooms. Add the harvest table which seats six to eight in Walnut or Oak to complete the look. There's also roomy living rooms, with plenty of space to lounging, studying or resting.
A big kitchen with lots of countertop and cabinet space. Two bedrooms, well separated by the open dining and living rooms. A master bathroom directly accessed from the master bedroom, and second bathroom conveniently beside the second bedroom.
Townhomes with a big kitchen and even bigger living space. For those looking for more space, with plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms for each family member.
Family-sized townhomes with plenty of room to grow. The master bedroom is on its own level, making for a quiet evening after the kids are put to bed. Living on the corner also means there's extra windows, allow for more natural light.
World-class university campus, set high atop Burnaby Mountain. Since its inception in 1965, SFU has become Canada's leading comprehensive university
Did you know that the Simon Fraser University Academic Quadrangle was designed by renowned architects Arthur Erickson and George Massey in 1965? If you love design, this is a must see
A short walk to the university bus loop, and quick drive to both rapid transit and the Trans-Canada Highway, Fraser is ideally situated to many major thoroughfares
You can find the scenic Burnaby Mountain Loop, a 5.1 kilometre trail, within Naheeno Park. We've heard you can break a sweat on this trail, but with all the surrounding nature, we're sure it's worth it
Open all year round, weather permitting, Kensington Pitch & Putt offers a great golfing experience for players – youth, adult or senior – who want to enjoy a round in a natural park-like setting
Great food, great drinks and an even better view. Need we say more?
The ubiquitous dome along Barnet Highway, the Harry Jerome Sports Centre is home to many volleyball and cycling events in BC
Whether you visit Barnet Marine Park for an early morning walk, an afternoon picnic with the family or to watch the sunset, you’ll be rewarded by spectacular views of Burrard Inlet
Grades 8 through 12
With sweeping views of the city, Burnaby Mountain Park is an ideal place to chase sunsets. We also love the Kamui Mintara (Playground of the Gods) sculptures which are meant to commemorate the goodwill between Burnaby and its sister city, Kushiro, Japan
Great golfing to be had at Burnaby Mountain Golf Course & Driving Range which boasts 5,800-6,400 yards of natural tree-lined beauty
University High Street provides a full range of stores and services from restaurants to banks, the Cornerstone Shops have everything you need right at your doorstep
Providing quality childcare on Burnaby Mountain to the families of SFU, its alumni, UniverCity resident families, and families from the broader community
Grades K through 7
Initiated in 1992 as a project to celebrate Canada’s 125th year, the Trans Canada Trail is made up of close to 400 individual trails, each with unique and varied features
Many students may only ever indulge in a late-night packet ramen or frozen pizza pie. However, there's so much more at this market. A deli, greengrocer, butcher, dairy and convenience store all in one
Named after the premier of British Columbia who granted the funding to create the university, the W.A.C Bennett Library offers an extensive selection books, archival content and study spaces
We teamed up with Karin Bohn of House of Bohn to create a holiday décor theme…
Winter is coming. With the leaves turning colour and temperatures starting to drop, there's no better time to cozy…