Two Great Names, One Great Price.

Yaletown. The epicenter of the 2010 Olympic Games, Yaletown truly is the place to be seen. With a seawall that stretches to English Bay and beyond, Yaletown is a must see for any tourist to the city. An amazing place to live with luxury highrise buildings with waterfront views or choose a warehouse loft in the heart of it all. Cafes, shops, lounges, salons, and restaurants… you’ll never need to live this thriving neighbourhood – unless it’s to YVR via the 22 minute Canada Line ride.

Enjoy upscale patios, or just people watch at the foot of Davie or at one of the many expansive parks. Better yet, get the cruiser and jump on the Seawall to burn some calories before grabbing a gelato at Baggio Gelateria.

Average Townhouse Price: $1,592,500

Average Condo Price: $848,400

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Canada Line: Yaletown–Roundhouse Station

Demographics: Downsizers, young families, eligible bachelors and renters.

Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood and still setting the bar for entertainment, boutique shopping, one-of-a-kind galleries and some of the best culinary fare in the city. There is a reason why startups like Hootsuite have chosen Gastown to set up shop.

Gastown has become the place to shop in Vancouver for interior design/furniture and men’s fashion and is home to many independent sole proprietor shops and local designers. Chock-full of historic buildings converted into luxurious New York style lofts Gastown entices the senses all the way down to the worn and weathered cobblestones that line the streets.

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Canada and Expo Line: Waterfront Station

Demographics: Singles, young professionals and newly married.

Priced at $36,500