Burnaby Real Estate Neighbourhood Map

Browse our map for the best MLS Burnaby Real Estate Listings, because Burnaby is an extraordinary spot to live, learn, work and play!

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver divides Burnaby Neighbourhoods into three regions: Burnaby East, Burnaby North and Burnaby South. Each of these regions is broken down into the following neighbourhoods.

Burnaby North

The Heights

  • Capitol Hill
  • Vancouver Heights
  • Willingdon Heights


  • Montecito
  • Sperling-Duthie
  • Westridge

Simon Fraser Hills

  • Forest Hills
  • Lake City Industrial
  • Simon Fraser Hills
  • Simon Fraser University


  • Brentwood Park
  • Parkcrest
  • Central Burnaby North
    [North of Hwy 1]

Government Road

Lougheed City

  • Cariboo
  • Oakdale
  • Sullivan Heights

Burnaby South

West Burnaby

  • Burnaby Hospital
  • Central Burnaby North
    [South of Hwy 1]
  • Central Park [North of Kingsway]
  • Garden Village

Greentree Village

Central Burnaby

The Oaklands


  • Central Park [South of Kingsway]
  • Metrotown

South Burnaby

  • Big Bend
  • South Slope
  • Suncrest


Burnaby East

Edmonds Highgate

  • Edmonds
  • Highgate

East Burnaby

  • East Burnaby
  • The Crest

Living in Amazing Burnaby BC

Burnaby has 4 city official designated town centers: Metrotown, Highgate/Edmonds, Lougheed and Brentwood. All these centres are growing with new residential developments. The City Hall is in the centre of the city at Canada Way and Kensington/Sperling plus Deer Lake Parkway. Recently, Metrotown was designated as the “official city centre” for Burnaby. The City has an extensive plan to vitalize this area, making it into a sustainable downtown core for the city of Burnaby. For more information, see the Metrotown Downtown Plan.

Burnaby’s focus is on reinforcing general prosperity and developing into the future as a livable, energetic and feasible neighbourhood. Burnaby works hard to facilitate an engaged and active citizenry, a healthy economy and real respect for the natural environment and its citizens. Burnaby boasts 158 parks that range from pocket-sized community spots to vast landscapes that feature a mix of rolling grasslands, dense forest, ravines and waterfront beaches and trails. The many walking trails of Deer Lake Park, Burnaby Lake and Confederation Parks provide endless opportunities for exploration. Central Park, also offers an array of sports and recreation facilities for all ages. You’ll fall in love with our parks! For post-secondary education, Burnaby is home to Simon Fraser University and BCIT

Burnaby’s location is extremely central making it very convenient to drive or take transit into Vancouver, New Westminster and Surrey. Richmond and the airport is an easy commute. Transit in Burnaby is in abundance with bus routes and 10 SkyTrain stations with both the Millennium, Expo and Evergreen lines. Running through Burnaby is the Number 1 Highway for quick and easy commutes as well as several other major arteries for convenient access in and out of the city: Marine Dr, Kingsway, Canada Way, Lougheed Highway and Hastings St.