Discover Vancouver Neighbourhoods
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Vancouver Westside is a large area stretching from the West Coast and the University of British Columbia over to Main Street. In the middle you will find a charming array of neighbourhoods, characterized by old growth tree-lined streets, character and modern homes, as well as some of the city’s greatest restaurants, activities, and views. With waterfront access, a laid back vibe, lots of green space, and spacious homes, Vancouver Westside is really suitable for families.
Downtown Vancouver has a tall, urban core, but it is so much more than that. Here, you’ll find a collection of neighbourhoods with world-class amenities and culture, all surrounded by picturesque scenery. Yaletown is one of the trendiest places for young families, The West End offers peaceful streets and beachside living, and Coal Harbour houses some of Vancouver’s most luxury developments with incredible mountain views. Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in Downtown Vancouver.
West Vancouver houses some of the most exclusive neighbourhoods and luxury real estate, but there are still so many options for all to choose from in this diverse area. A 20-minute drive over the Lions Gate Bridge and with direct access to the Northshore Mountains and Howe Sound, West Vancouver has natural settings and outdoor activities in abundance. Further, this populated Municipality is also home to Canada’s first-ever shopping mall, now since modernised of course! You’ll find plenty to do, eat and drink in West Vancouver.
Burnaby is British Columbia’s third-largest city and growing. Once a sleepy community, this city is now thriving with growth, culture, arts, and all the amenities you can think of. There are so many diverse communities in Burnaby, from suburban enclaves surrounded by green-space to towering highrises featuring some of Vancouver’s newest and most modern apartments.
East Van is home to some of Vancouver’s most historic neighbourhoods and is widely regarded to best capture the essence of what it is to be a true Vancouverite. With a mix of sixteen diverse neighbourhoods to choose from, East Vancouver offers some of the city’s best arts, culture and diversity. The area is bordered by the Burrard Inlet to the North, the Fraser River to the South, and the city of Burnaby to the East. Take a tour of East Vancouver here.
North Vancouver is loved by some for its access to outdoor activities, by others for the close-knit communities you’ll find there, and for its urban areas with countless breweries, great coffee haunts and restaurants. North Vancouver really does have it all for young people and families alike. With quick access over to Downtown Vancouver South via the Lions Gate Bridge, and Squamish and Whistler to the North, you’re right where you need to be – but you might not want to leave.