Located in Vancouver's West Side along the south shore of English Bay, between the neighbourhoods of West Point Grey and Fairview. “Kits” is known for its city beaches, fitness community, organic food and retail/restaurants on 4th Avenue and West Broadway.

Vancouver’s oldest residential neighbourhood, bordered by Chinatown, Clark Drive, the CN Railway and Burrard Inlet. A culturally diverse neighbourhood with businesses across different sectors including manufacturing, retail, dining, creative and much more.

The historic heart and birthplace of Vancouver. This neighbourhood has been labelled the “Epicenter of independent design, culture, food and fashion, and one of a kind experiences”. With it’s Victorian architecture Gastown retains its historic charm and independent spirit.

Stretching from Cambie Street to Clark Drive and from Great Northern Way and 2nd Avenue to 16th and Kingsway, Mt. Pleasant is one of Vancouver’s most up-and-coming neighbourhoods, and is home to many young professionals, families, and innovative businesses.

This short inlet in the heart of Vancouver, separating downtown from the rest of the city is the industrial core of Vancouver. Attracting a number of artists, ecologists, scientists, entrepreneurs and students coming together to work on common goals for new businesses.

A historic waterfront neighbourhood in the city of North Vancouver. Home to the infamous SeaBus that connects the area to Downtown Vancouver, Lower Lonsdale also has a wealth of restaurant and entertainment options, and has been labelled the Yaletown of the Northshore.

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.