Vancouver Neighbourhoods

seagate on fourth

Posted on Jun 02, 2023 in Vancouver Neighbourhoods

Are you in search of a modern, convenient, and pet-friendly home or investment property? Look no further than this practical plus 1-bedroom apartment located in the heart of Kitsilano. Boasting a walk-in closet, ensuite, den, and radiant heating, this apartment has everything you need for comfortable living. Need extra storage space or a convenient...

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kerrisdale charming

Posted on Apr 14, 2023 in Vancouver Neighbourhoods

                                       Age 99                                                                                                      Bedrooms 5                            
Amenities  Garden, In Suite Laundry                                                  Bathrooms 3   
 Area Vancouver West/Kerrisdale                                           Stories 2
                        Demographics median age 45                                                                Lot Size 6458 sq ft

Within walking distance to top ranking schools: MageeSecondary, Point Grey Secondary, Maple Grove Elementary, Kerrisdale Community Centre, public transit with may shops & facilities nearby. GREAT INVE...

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is vancouver, bc good city to live in ?

Posted on Mar 09, 2023 in Vancouver Neighbourhoods

I’ve been here for  over 20 years and have seen the ups and downs.

Space. We have so much of it. Only Russia has more space, but they’ve also got nearly 144 million people to Canada’s 37 million. Our cities - especially out west and up north - are far apart. Like, REALLY far apart. The majority of Europeans don’t really understand how big Canada is...

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Kits point

Posted on Jun 14, 2022 in Vancouver Neighbourhoods

In 1930  Kits Point had 7 homes, now has 1,100 households, 60% rentals.

1931-The Kitsilano Pool opened.

1959-The Maritime Museum opened as a Vancouver centennial project in Hadden Park. As many members of the Lower Kitsilano Ratepayers’ Association were involved in successfully acquiring Hadden Park as a gift to the city, they opposed the building of...

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coal harbour vs yaletown - a breakdown

Posted on Sep 16, 2020 in Vancouver Neighbourhoods

Whether you are Vancouver born and raised or somewhat unfamiliar with the two famed neighbourhoods residing within our picturesque metropolis, allow me to shed some light on the distinctly unique Yaletown and Coal Harbour districts. One is not better, rather they each offer their own special experience and unforgettable must-see spots.

Coal Harbour...

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