“Glamorous residential towers and industrial chic warehouse conversions with fine restaurants, trendy shops and classy nightlife.”
Since Vancouver’s Expo 86 and the construction of the seawall, Yaletown has transformed from a district of warehouses and industrial buildings into one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods to live, work and play.
Yaletown’s commercial core of Mainland, Hamilton and Homer boasts several of Vancouver’s most happening restaurants, bars, cafes and shops with trendy loft-spaces above. Looking to relax on a patio after work with fresh oysters and a glass of wine? At the base of your building? This is the place. On the periphery of Yaletown are luxury residential high-rises like the famous Grace Building and the recently completed 8x on the Park by Brenhill, as well as office towers and famous waterfront parks such as David Lam. Along the seawall you will find luxury residences by the late, great, Vancouver architectural hero Arthur Erikson. Yaletown’s livability, location, amenities and access to different types of transit are second to none.