An area of downtown Vancouver approximately bordered by false creek and by Robson and Homer Streets. Formerly a heavy industrial area dominated by warehouses and rail yards, since Expo 86 (the 1986 World’s Fair) it has been transformed into one of the most densely populated neighbourhoods in the city. The marinas, parks, high-rise apartment blocks, and converted heritage buildings constitute one of the most significant urban. Yaletown Vancouver, you will be just steps away from all major city attractions including, the seawall, False Creek, grocery stores, and delicious dining destination.
Is used to designate the relatively new official neighbourhood of the City of Vancouver bounded by roughly Burrard street and Pender near the Financial district to West Georgia street near the West end in the south to Stanley park in the north. The neighbourhood consists of numerous high-rise residential apartment and condo towers with luxury townhome podiums catering to the upper-crust. The northwestern section near Stanley Park features picturesque parkland, private marinas, several rowing and boating clubs, high-end shopped and restaurants, and a community centre. To the east is Demand island, the site of the naval station and museum, where the harbour itself opens up to the Burrard Inlet. Towards the Financial District in the southeast, the neighbourhood is dominated by high-rise office buildings, hotels and numerous apartment towers.
The West End is a neighbourhood in Vancouver downtown peninsula neighbour in Staley park and the areas of Yaletown, coal harbour and the financial and central business districts. The West End, The colorful vibe in this area of town is sure to keep you busy strolling the Denman Street shops and restaurants, and enjoying walking or running along the 12km Seawall around the world famous Stanley Park. The West End is home to one of Vancouver’s main shopping strips, Robson Street, where a selection of internationally known shopping retailers and eateries line the streets.
Kitsilano is a neighbourhood located in the city of Vancouver British Columbia, Canada. Kitsilano is the neighbourhood is located in Vancouver’s this area during the summer months can truly experience all the Kitsilano has to offer. The popular summer hotspot, Kitsilano Beach brings in Vancouver residents and tourists from all over and was named one of the top 10 best city beaches in the world. Kitsilano Beach offers the public use of volleyball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts and an outdoor pool.
West Vancouver A member municipality of Metro Vancouver West Vancouver is northwest of the city of Vancouver on the northern side of English bay and the southeast shore of Howe st, and is adjoined by the district of north Vancouver to its east. Together is part of a local regional grouping referred to as “The North Shore”.
West Vancouver mostly located within the municipal boundaries, was one of the venues for the 2010 Winter Olympics. West Vancouver is also home of Canada’s first shopping mall, Park Royal shopping center and also one of the main connecting points between the British Columbia mainland and Vancouver Island.
Olympic Village was developed to house athletes during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. The neighbourhood has a large number of brand new and modern sustainable developments, and continues to grow as one of the most desirable areas to live. Olympic Village strives to be one of the greenest communities in the world, and uses sustainable systems like green roofs and solar heating.
Located just outside of downtown Vancouver but close enough to enjoy the close commute into town for work or pleasure, visitors and residents will never get tired of the stunning scenery in this neighbourhood. Stroll along the False Creek Seawall and enjoy gazing at the Vancouver skyline, or stop by Science World at Telus World of Science and Omnimax Theatre to check out the latest exhibits or shows. The village has a small selection of local restaurants and cafes as well as a growing number of retail stores. Be sure to check out the Craft Beer Market for fresh local food and Canada’s largest selection of draft beer.