Presale Condos In Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia

Downtown Vancouver is home to the fastest moving new condo and pre-sale market in Canada. Real estate investors from all over look to Vancouver, especially Downtown, attracted by its investment friendly options and presales. Read more…

Downtown Vancouver Information

Downtown Vancouver is the primary business, entertainment and cultural district of Greater Vancouver. Downtown has been long known as a hotspot for exciting and prestigious new developments Vancouver has to offer.

The Downtown core of Vancouver is a peninsula surrounded by to the south False Creek, to the west by English Bay and Burrard inlet to the north.

Downtown (as it is referred to by locals) is mostly located within Vancouver’s West side with areas east of Ontario Street officially part of East Vancouver. On the north shore of Burrard Inlet you will find West Vancouver and North Vancouver can be seen from Downtown Vancouver to the north and is accessible via the Lions Gate Bridge.

Downtown Vancouver neighbourhoods include The West End, Coal Harbour, Yaletown, Downtown Eastside, Gastown, Crosstown, and Downtown West. These neighbourhoods have some of the most innovative and luxurious new buildings in Vancouver.

According to the 2016 Census, the population of Downtown Vancouver is 62,030 with an impressive 13.4% increase from 2011 to 2016.

Downtown Amenities:

  • The home and test bed of Vancouverism defined as medium to high density living  in walkable neighbourhoods close to employment with extremely high quality of life based around parks, urban amenity, and views.
  • Downtown Vancouver is one of the densest neighbourhoods in North America and is primarily high rise apartment and condo towers sharing a skyline with office buildings of the fast developing Central Business District.
  • Two major sports stadiums, Rogers Arena and BC Place Stadium, home to the Vancouver Canucks and the BC Lions, 
  • Stanley Park has a famous Seawall for jogging and biking and is home to the Vancouver Aquarium.
  • Beautiful beaches including Sunset Beach as well as First, Second, and Third Beaches.
  • Popular and upscale shopping including Pacific Centre and Robson Street.
  • Downtown Vancouver is regions hub for public transit from the Millennium and Expo Skytrain Lines, many buses, the sea bus to North Vancouver and the water taxis in False Creek.
  • Bike lanes and routes are available throughout the city
  • Downtown Vancouver is also British Columbia’s cultural hub for performing arts with venues such as the The Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Orpheum, Vancouver Playhouse, and the Annex.
  • Residential real estate Downtown is varied consists mostly condos, some townhomes with some detached heritage houses in the West End.

To get an idea of real estate price trends in Downtown Vancouver, have a look at the most recent Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Statistics.