Welcome to Vancouver, one of the most diverse and breathtaking cities in all of Canada with a sealine lined with condo buildings.
Situated on the west coast of British Columbia, Vancouver is one of Canada's most densely populated and diverse cities, famed for its mountainous surroundings and successful arts and entertainment sectors. It's a city of beauty and indulgence, where locals and visitors alike can feel utterly at ease.
The Vancouver metropolitan area is home to over 2.4 million people, and many more are being drawn to the city, due to its beauty, with many of those new arrivals looking for condos for sale in Vancouver. Fortunately, there are many Vancouver condos for sale of all varieties, including Low-Rise, Mid-Rise, High-Rise, Luxury, Pre-Construction, and Loft.
There's a good blend of condo styles here with a total of 1894 condo buildings, with many high-rise Vancouver condos for sale in the key downtown districts like the West End and Yaletown, with more low-rise and mid-rise Vancouver condos in other neighborhoods like Kitsilano, Fairview, and Mt. Pleasant.
There are a lot of different neighborhoods one can choose to live in Vancouver, and many condos for sale in Vancouver can be found in key neighborhoods like English Bay, Downtown South, and Coal Harbour.
A lot of Vancouver condos for sale are situated in the Downtown Vancouver region. This is where you can find a lot of Vancouver's top sights, like the Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Public Library, and BC Place. You'll also find dozens of streets filled with department stores, independent boutiques, and amazing eateries.
Other condos for sale in Vancouver can be found in the neighborhoods to the south of South False Creek, separate from Downtown Vancouver, in neighborhoods like Mt. Pleasant and Cambie. Excellent amenities can be found in this area, like Vancouver General Hospital, as well as some terrific shopping hotspots and parks like Charleson Park and Granville Loop Park.
The average days on market for condos for sale in Vancouver is 29 days, and the average sale price of condos in Vancouver is $1,017,580. A total of 8421 Vancouver condos were sold last year, representing a decrease in the number of condos sold of -4%. In terms of the total number of condos in Vancouver, various new buildings are built, opening up new condo opportunities for residents.
Living in Vancouver condos can be a wonderful way to enjoy this city, as they allow you to be close to all the key areas and landmarks like Stanley Park, Granville Island, Queen Elizabeth Park, and the Vancouver Aquarium.
The general lifestyle here is pleasant, with excellent transport provided by the local Translink system, which includes SeaBus ferries, SkyTrain light rail services, and buses connecting Downtown to the suburbs. Vancouver has a walk score of 88, a bike score of 85, and a transit score of 56.
206 626 ALEXANDER STREET, Vancouver, V6A1C9, British Columbia is offered for sale. The asking price is 525000.00 and it has been on the market since 9/19/2023. Featuring 1 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The approximately sqft of this unit is between 500.00 and 600.00. Pilkington House and The Keefer are nearby condo buildings.
Coffee shop lovers will appreciate local cafe's like The Uncommon Cafe and Starbucks. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at Quest Food Exchange and Princess Market. Locals of Historic Japantown love dining at Vancouver Urban Winery. Historic Japantown offers a lifestyle full of green space for outdoor lovers, parks include Princess Community Garden Project and Oppenheimer Park. Delta9 Medical Association is the pharmacy in Historic Japantown near 626 Alexander. There are a number of museums and art galleries in Vancouver including Howard495 Krista Howard Advisory, Palace Tattoo and Monica Reyes Gallery. Many gyms and fitness centers are popular with residents of Historic Japantown. Some of these facilities are Shouyu Liang Wushu Institute, Muay Thai Kai Singthong and Athleta Training in Historic Japantown. If you enjoy reading you will be happy Tsutae & Hanako Sato Japanese Memorial Library is in Historic Japantown. There are many students in this neighbourhood as Simon Fraser University Visual Arts Studios is located within it.