A landmark project that will bring vibrant design and refined living to the most significant waterfront property in Metro Vancouver.

Respecting the prominence of its location by Westminster Pier Park, Pier West is the final piece in the completion of New Westminster’s waterfront revitalization. The groundbreaking development includes two residential towers, including the tallest building on Metro Vancouver’s waterfront, plus a variety of services that add to the community. The design will be of lasting architectural significance, reflecting a forward-looking vision.

750 Quayside Dr, New Westminster 

A Vibrant Waterfront Community

Condos & Townhouse



• Spectacular riverside location

• 2 residential towers (53 & 43 storeys)

• 660 condominiums

• 5 townhomes

• 3-storey commercial building

• 40-space childcare facility

930 parking spaces

• 2 acres of public park space

New pedestrian overpass

9m-wide riverfront boardwalk

Floor Plans for Pier West

Bosa intends to offer a family-friendly residence mix of 156 one-bedroom units, 441 two-bedroom units, and 68 three-bedroom units, ranging in size as follows:

  • 1 bedroom580 – 650 sq ft

  • 2 bedroom 860 – 1,350 sq ft

  • 2 bedroom + den 1,190 – 1,495 sq ft

  • 3 bedroom 1,185 sq ft

  • 3-bedroom townhome 1,400 – 1,800 sq ft

Amenities at Pier West

A 3-storey commercial building will offer residents a 40-space childcare facility, restaurant, and retail space. Each residential tower will have its own indoor amenity space – 4,522 sq ft for the west tower and 3,750 sq ft for the east tower – providing a gym, yoga studio, steam room, and sauna. There will also be a 24-hour concierge service and an Owners’ Club lounge.

A common outdoor amenity space between the towers offers a dog relief area, community garden plots, barbecue area, and communal meeting areas. Site improvements that integrate the property with the surrounding neighbourhood include 9-metre-wide riverfront boardwalk, a 2-acre extension of Westminster Pier Park, and a pedestrian overpass spanning the rail tracks at the foot of 6th Street.

Parking and Storage

Pier West will offer 777 vehicle parking spaces for residents, 61 spaces for visitors, 80 public spaces, 13 commercial spaces, and four daycare stalls. One car share space is also proposed. The majority of parking will be located in a three-level underground parkade, of which 31 stalls are accessible. Six surface spaces have been allocated behind the commercial building and 15 surface residential visitor stalls are located along the north property line. The underground will also provide 832 long-term bicycle stalls and the daycare will offer two. At grade bicycle racks for the restaurant and the residential towers will accommodate 11 bicycles.