Yaletown for Sale
Happening Yaletown is known for its old warehouse buildings now home to hip restaurants and cocktail lounges, many with buzzing outdoor terraces, as well as indie fashion and decor boutiques. On the waterfront, David Lam Park has an expansive lawn and a playground, while the Seawall is popular for cycling and walking. Professional sports and rock concerts take place at nearby BC Place stadium and the Rogers Arena.
YALETOWN LESS THAN $1M
The waterfront parks are a big draw in Yaletown. The city’s seawall runs right along the water, connecting two of the biggest green spaces: David Lam Park and George Wainborn Park. Walk, jog, bike or inline skate along the Seawall and you’ll find plenty of locals doing the same and enjoying the excellent public art sprinkled along the waterfront. The neighbourhood’s historical roots are also evident in the form of Engine 374, pulled the first transcontinental passenger train into the city in 1887, on display at the Roundhouse Community Centre.
YALETOWN$1M TO $2M
Yaletown’s old redbrick warehouses were built to include exterior platforms to allow for easy loading of textiles onto trains to be sent back east. Those same platforms are now repurposed as sunny, urban patios for the perfect brunch, afternoon drinks and summertime dinners. Yaletown is a great place for a celebratory seafood dinner, a relaxed bistro meal, or a family-friendly feast; there are lots of dining options making it easy to stroll the area first before choosing a restaurant. Just make sure you allow some time to explore the area’s cocktail scene and nightlife afterward—with luxe lounges, lively neighbourhood pubs and dancefloor-filling clubs, this is an excellent place to spend the evening.
YALETOWN GREATER THAN $2M
Once the city's warehouse district, Yaletown is today a revitalized part of the city and a "trendy" place to live, work, and do business. The area north of Pacific Boulevard, between Nelson and Drake Streets, is home to a mix of art galleries, retail stores, restaurants, office and residential developments. Like many areas of Vancouver, Yaletown's early days were shaped by the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1887. Yaletown acquired its name when the railway moved its construction equipment and repair shops from Yale in the Fraser Canyon to the railway's western terminus of Vancouver.
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Erin has developed firsthand knowledge of the region, establishing a healthy foundation for her thriving career in real estate. Growing up in a highly driven real estate family that knows the dedication necessary to be successful, it is only natural that Erin has chosen to channel her proficient sales, marketing and interpersonal skills towards carving out her own niche within the Lower Mainland Realty industry.
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