From the community-orientated, tree-lined streets of Kitsilano and Point Grey to the soaring towers of Downtown, hipster chic of Yaletown, and luxurious living of Coal Harbour, Vancouver has a neighbourhood suited to every taste.
This trendy warehouse district is known for its designer boutiques, high end restaurants, and popular bars. Waterfront condos and heritage lofts are home to young families and the upwardly mobile.
Breathtaking views. An effortless commute. Easy access to Stanley Park. It’s easy to understand why Coal Harbour is the premier location for luxury waterfront living in Vancouver.
One of the liveliest neighbourhoods in the city, the West End is vibrant, eclectic, and densely populated. Heritage homes, tree-lined streets, and low-rise condos sit amongst parks and beautiful beaches.
A central hub, Downtown Vancouver boasts a mix of luxury high rises and elegant townhomes. Bounded by Burrard Inlet, False Creek, and Yaletown, Downtown offers a lifestyle envied across North America.
Instantly recognizable, Kitsilano is anchored by local eateries, neighbourhood coffee shops, organic grocery stores, and, of course, Kits Beach. This is where urban convenience meets suburban hip.
Point Grey is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Vancouver. Spectacular views, quiet, leafy streets, and proximity to UBC, the beach, and Downtown make it one of the most desirable areas in Vancouver.