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Coal Harbour comprises of 23 acres and is the waterfront area that connects the downtown core to Stanley Park to the West. It is home to many pleasure craft berthed in several marinas. The area is also home to Vancouver’s Rowing Club, established in 1899. The public areas from downtown to Stanley Park are in effect one long promenade which is connected to the Stanley Park Seawall which then continues to and around False Creek, a total approximately 20 kilometers of shoreline public access. The promenade gives Coal Harbour residents easy access to the parks, running and bike trails.
Downtown Vancouver is a peninsula bounded by water on 3 sides. To the north is Burrard Inlet, and the luxury residential towers of Coal Harbour nestled on the shore. On the south side is False Creek, and the surrounding area at its shore is known as Yaletown. To the west around English Bay is the West End (one of Vancouver’s older neighbourhoods), which leads to Stanley Park. At the centre is the area known as Downtown, a combination of business and residential use, with historic Gastown in the east of the downtown area.LISTINGS
Yaletown is the heart of Vancouver’s trend-setting neighborhood reminiscent of New York’s Soho. In the early 20th century, Yaletown was Vancouver’s warehouse district. This is evident today in the historic warehouses that line the streets along Hamilton and Mainland St which still hold there old world charm with exposed bricks and beams. Along Homer Street you will also find several sought-after condominium buildings such as The Beasely, Dous, Bentley, 1180 Homer, Ellison, 1241 Homer, and H&H.LISTINGS
Gastown is the oldest neighbourhood in downtown Vancouver.
The original fledgling city was centred around what is now Gassy Jack Square but burnt down in the Great Fire of 1886. The Alhambra on Carrall Street is now the oldest building in Vancouver. The area is host to a wide variety of different stratas of society. For many years the area fell into decay and became a ghetto for the homeless and many addicts of various substances. However, with its proximity to the downtown core and its interesting heritage architecture it became a place of choice for many of the City’s artistic community and slowly a renaissance began. Many of the original residents are still living here but in much improved housing thanks to the City.LISTINGS
South Main, or SoMa, is an area of Vancouver that centers around Main Street, and is part of the larger Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.
While no official boundary exists for South Main, its centre is roughly at the intersection of Broadway and Main Street. Its boundaries roughly extend from East 2nd Avenue to East 33rd Avenue along Main Street. Recent developments along the nearby Kingsway corridor are extending the boundaries eastwards. The name is something of a marketing misnomer, as fully 80% of Main Street lies south of the area defined as “South Main”.LISTINGS
Vancouver‘s West End is one of the oldest areas of the city. Bounded by Burrard Street to the East, it opens onto the popular English Bay and Sunset Beach, leading to historic Stanley Park
The West End is home to a mixed population, old and young, of Canadians, immigrants and international transient residents. Like other downtown neighbourhoods, the West End is very densely populated. It is adjacent to the downtown core business and financial districts, with traffic calmed streets punctuated by concrete islands, sidewalk barricades, and mini-parks and many residential heritage buildings including The Manhattan, The Beaconsfield, The Beverly and The Queen Charlotte.LISTINGS
Kitsilano is bordered to the north by two beaches, Kitsilano Beach and Jericho Beach on the shores of English Bay and extends south to 16th Avenue. It is bordered on the east by Burrard Street and on the west by Alma Street. It is an upmarket neighbourhood on the West Side of the city of Vancouver.
Known colloquially as “Kits”, this neighborhood is home to many yuppies, young families and students as well as yoga studios, organic markets, cafes and Vancouver’s Greektown. The primary type of residence is multi-unit housing. In recent years,this area has developed some of the highest housing prices, as well as the some of the highest accommodation rental rates, yet lowest availability in Vancouver.LISTINGS
The Village/False Creek
The False Creek area was the industrial heartland of Vancouver through to the 1950s. It was home to many sawmills and small port operations, as well as the western terminus of the major Canadian railways. As industry shifted to other areas, the vicinity around False Creek started to deteriorate.
The Village is located at Southeast False Creek (SEFC), the designation given to the neighbourhood bordered by Cambie, Main, West 2nd Avenue, and False Creek. The 2010 Olympic Village, for athlete housing and logistics of the Winter Olympics, is found here, at the centre of plans to see this neighbourhood developed into a residential area with housing and services for 11,000-13,000 people.LISTINGS
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