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Vancouver, BC

Vancouver, BC.

We invite you to explore some of the great neighbourhoods that Vancouver has to offer.  We look forward to answering any questions you might have about the real estate market and opportunities in any of the below communities.

We invite you to explore some of the great neighbourhoods that Vancouver has to offer.  We look forward to answering any questions you might have about the real estate market and opportunities in any of the below communities.

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West Vancouver is a district municipality north of English Bay, adjoined by the District of North Vancouver to the east, and Howe Sound to the southeast. It is a distinct municipality from the city of Vancouver, separated by water but connected by the Lions Gate Bridge—only a 20-minute drive away from each other.

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North Vancouver is a waterfront municipality north of the Burrard Inlet, across the City of Vancouver.

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More of a collection of different neighbourhoods, East Vancouver is bordered to the north by the Burrard Inlet, the Fraser River to the south, and the city of Burnaby to the east.

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The Westside of Vancouver refers to the area that extends from downtown through to the University of British Columbia; in general, it is west of Main Street, which separates it from East Vancouver.

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Situated along the Burrard Inlet shore, Coal Harbour stretches from Vancouver Convention Centre to Stanley Park. Right next to the West End, it is home to some of Vancouver’s most luxurious and expensive high-end condos.

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Located in the southeastern portion of the Vancouver peninsula, Downtown is Vancouver’s business, arts, sports, and entertainment centre.

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The West End is located on the western side of the City of Vancouver, bordered by West Georgia to the north, Burrard Street to the east, Denman Street to the west, and Beach Avenue to the south.

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Kitsilano— “Kits” as it is fondly called by residents— is bordered by English Bay to the north, Burrard Street to the east, Alma Street to the West, and 16th Avenue to the south. Welcoming, charming, and fun, Kits has become one of the most livable neighbourhoods in Vancouver.

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Bounded by Nelson, Homer, Drake, and Pacific streets, Yaletown is considered by many to be the “trendy” area in the city to work and live in. It has art galleries, retail stores, restaurants, offices, and residential developments, often as lofts.

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