Grandview Boundary, stretching from Slocan Street to Boundary between Grandview Highway and Broadway, is a vibrant neighborhood with a mixture of commercial, industrial, single-family and multi-family uses.
Grandview Boundary is a vibrant neighborhood with a mixture of commercial, industrial, single-family and multi-family uses. This district is 200 acres and stretches from Slocan Street to Boundary between Grandview Highway and Broadway. The large big-box stores provide an economic engine for the area and has seen a transition from residential to industrial to high-tech tenants with the anchor for the area being the Broadway Tech Center. With two sky train stations in the area, it is easily connected to downtown and even has a creek for you to walk down and clear your mind.
In 1861 Colonel Richard Moody staked his claim on 1.14 square kilometers of land after breaking through a thick forest. Meanwhile, the Hastings Townsite was growing and the Renfrew District saw a real population began to arrive in the 1920s. After World War II there was a housing crisis and 120 acres of empty land were developed around Grandview Highway. As a tribute to the war, City councilor Halford Wilson named all of the streets after wartime personalities. In the 1950s the area began to transition into more industrial uses. As the industrialists vacated in the 1980s big box retail stores took their place. Finally, in the 2000s, following the dot com boom, there was yet another transition as the area started to attract high tech tenants and the Broadway Tech Centre was completed in 2001.
- Grandview Boundary Employment Area Strategy Report
10,000 jobs, expected to grow to 19,000 by 2041.
200 acres of land.
2 skytrain stations
Vallartas Mexican Restaurant
A staple for the area, Vallartas is perhaps the most authentic Mexican food in Vancouver. The simple menu means no hard choices.
Is a neighborhood really a neighborhood without this coffee staple?
Whether or not you are the next Pablo Picasso, stop by DeSerres to refill your art trunk.
If you find the Roots Store in Kitsilano to be a little too pricy, stop by here to find your favorite sweaters at a discount. We recommend spending the money you saved on a taco at Vallartas.
Renfrew & Rupert Station
The sky train stations on Grandview Highway provide a quick and easy way downtown or out to Burnaby and New Westminster.
This long stream flows across Burnaby into Burnaby Lake. The Vancouver Parks Board has big plans to make this creek more easily enjoyed by residents and workers alike.
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This industrial building is located in the Grandview Boundary area, between Rupert Street and Renfrew Street. It has over 93,000-sqft of land with nearly 350 feet of frontage on Grandview Highway,...