Vancouver’s West End neighbourhood’s most expensive real estate is on Beach Avenue, which was the original and only waterfront condos in the city, until they developed False Creek, Coal Harbour and Yaletown. The original Beach Avenue ran from 1000 block to Stanley Park at the 2000 block and consisted of about 15 condo buildings, mostly strata but also a few co-ops which were built in the 1940s and 1950s (1949 Beach, 2095 Beach, 1835 Morton). Vancouver’s beach avenue condos Average sales price drops 16% from a year ago
What is the West End’s Lifestyle?
Walkscore has rated this Vancouver waterfront neighbourhood the second most walkable neighbourhood in Vancouver, with a 94 score and a population of approximately 50,000. Geographically the West End is west of Burrard and south of West Georgia and bordered by Stanley Park. An easy commute to Vancouver’s business district by bus or foot, its own community centre, schools, shops, restaurants and of course the beaches and Stanley Park. Read more