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With a population of more than 84,232 people, Prince George is the largest city in northern British Columbia. Its strategic location at the intersection of Highway 97 and Highway 16 and the convergence of Nechako and Fraser Rivers justifies its self proclamation of the “Northern Capital” of BC. It is because of this location factor that the city plays a crucial role in British Columbia’s economy and to some extent, culture.
Despite its population, the city still boasts of a small town feel. It also offers the natural sense of urban life, thanks to accessible amenities and elements of modern designs and construction. Most custom built homes here boast of both rustic and contemporary features such as granite details, exposed timber, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and sizeable, enchanting rooms.
Until 2011, the average rent for a two bedroom apartment had remained unchanged, sitting at $697. The average rent for bachelor suites dropped by $8 from $500 to $492. Things were different for one bedroom apartments as they inched up from $582 to the current average of $588. The rent for three bedroom apartments slipped from $828 to $789.
The truly breathtaking Hartway RV Park, Prince George Golf and Curling Club and the Heritage River Trails are all wrapped beautifully around this amazing city. Cross-country skiing and fishing are some of the additional outdoor actives that the city has to offer. There are also a handful of gated communities, estates and posh neighborhoods encompassed within the city. They all showcase attractive, custom built homes and mind blowing properties to let set amidst lush greenery just to make nature lovers feel right at home.