Guides

    • Eastside

      Originally a brewery district, Mount Pleasant is still characterized by old brick buildings, an industrial vibe, and the old steam clock at the intersection of Main and Kingsway. In recent…

    • Richmond

      Richmond’s Oval Village is a neighbourhood that’s close to everything you want, but far enough from the density that is part of downtown Richmond. The Oval Village is a waterfront…

    • Downtown

      One of the world’s most liveable cities, Vancouver is a young, multicultural, world-class urban centre. Modern lofts, condos, and townhouses exist alongside the original gothic, neoclassical, and Edwardian buildings of…

    • Burnaby

      Metrotown is the urban core for the City of Burnaby and is the third largest city in Metro Vancouver. With bragging rights to the 2nd largest mall in Canada, Metrotown…

    • North Vancouver

      Central Lonsdale is a North Vancouver neighbourhood built along the Lonsdale corridor. Primarily a residential area, it attracts first time home buyers and young families who prefer new townhome living…

    • Dunbar

      Featuring a combination of residential and commercial properties, the neighbourhood of Dunbar is mostly home to single family dwellings, sprawling multi-million-dollar mansions and horse farms as you get closer to…

    • Kerrisdale

      Kerrisdale is an established residential neighbourhood that is home to many long-term residents. Located on the west side of Vancouver, the streets are beautifully tree-lined and are decorated with street…

    • Westside

      Point Grey is one of Vancouver’s oldest and most prestigious neighbourhoods. Bordering the University of British Columbia’s endowment lands, English Bay and Kitsilano, its beautiful character homes are located in…

    • Yaletown

      Established in the 1880s, the Yaletown neighbourhood’s industrial roots are still evident in its preserved architecture. Bordering False Creek and encompassing False Creek North, Yaletown boasts a picturesque marina and…