Heritage house to be saved as Coquitlam approves 123-unit development

After 113 years on Rochester Avenue, the Pollard House isn’t staying put – but it is staying. Built in 1909, the Craftsman-influenced homestead was nearly lost, noted Coun. Craig Hodge during Monday’s council meeting. “We almost didn’t save this one,” he said, explaining the city took the “extraordinary step” of putting a hold on a …

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