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East Vancouver

The Neighbourhoods of East Vancouver

The City of Vancouver identifies these communities as being entirely in the East Vancouver area: Grandview-Woodland, Hastings-Sunrise, Kensington-Cedar Cottage and Sunset, Killarney, Kingsway, The Olympic Village, Renfrew-Collingwood, Riley Park, Strathcona, and Victoria-Fraserview. But at East Vancouver Realtors, we’ve got many more.

Cambie Corridor

The Cambie Corridor is centered around Cambie Street. The area is framed by West 16th Avenue to the north, Ontario Street…

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Chinatown Vancouver

In 2011 Chinatown Vancouver was granted a National Historic Site and is the largest Chinatown in Canada.  The approximate street borders…

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Commercial Drive

Commercial Drive also known as The Drive is a roadway in East Vancouver.  A culturally rich and authentic neighbourhood.   It runs from the…

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Grandview-Woodland

Grandview-Woodland is an ethnically diverse area full of eclectic charm and character.   A central part of the Vancouver area, Grandview–Woodland runs…

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Hastings-Sunrise

Hastings-Sunrise is best known for the Pacific National Exhibition and horse racing at Hastings Park. The area is mainly residential, with…

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Joyce-Collingwood

There is a lot of construction going on around the Joyce-Collingwood neighborhood these days it is currently going through significant…

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Kensington-Cedar Cottage, Sunset

Kensington-Cedar Cottage has a wide social and demographic mix, with a range of ethnic groups.  This area lies in the…

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Killarney

The Killarney area is primarily single-family residential, with some multi-family homes, and even highrises in the recently-developed Fraserlands along the Fraser…

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Kingsway

Kingsway is one of the longest roads in Vancouver and crosses through both Vancouver and Burnaby.  It runs diagonally from northwest to southeast, emerging…

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Main Street

Main Street is a major north-south thoroughfare separating East Vancouver and the start of West Vancouver.  It runs from Burrard Inlet in the north…

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Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant runs from False Creek southeast and up the slope toward the busy Mount Pleasant shopping district, where Broadway, Kingsway,…

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View from Capitol Hill North Burnaby

North Burnaby The Heights

Burnaby Heights, known as Vancouver Heights and often referred to as The Heights.  It is a quiet, prestigious residential neighbourhood in North Burnaby. …

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Olympic Village

Vancouver's newest neighbourhood was home to athletes from around the world during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.   Preparation and construction…

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Renfrew-Collingwood

Renfrew-Collingwood is primarily a residential area with single family dwellings and condo towers.  There is a good access to nature…

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Riley Park

Riley Park is South of Mount Pleasant, its boundaries are 41st Avenue to the south, 16th Avenue to the north, Cambie Street…

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Strathcona

Strathcona is Vancouver's oldest residential neighbourhood.  Known as the "East End" - the original East End School which gave the area its…

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Victoria-Fraserview

Victoria-Fraserview has a large area of residential and commercial development. Located on Vancouver's south slope to the Fraser River, between the…

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We’re All About East Vancouver

The East Vancouver Real Estate Market is booming! The area also known as “East Van” or the “East Side” is a region within the city of Vancouver. Geographically, it is bordered to the north by Burrard Inlet, to the south by the Fraser River, and to the east by the city of Burnaby. East Vancouver is divided from Vancouver’s “West Side” by Main Street. Find out the answer to “Why live in East Vancouver?” right here.