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Located South of Granville Island and stretching East of the Granville Bridge, Fairview is a very popular commercial and employment district, especially for healthcare being close to the Vancouver General Hospital. Being quite close to a few popular neighbourhoods such as Kitsilano and Granville, Fairview is also quite close to the downtown core.

Neighbourhood Vibes


Granville Island

Spend a day at one of Vancouver’s most famous tourist attractions known for its local mom and pop shops, cute cafes and oceanfront views.

Charleson Dog Park

Take your dog for a run or meet new friends with dogs at the Charleson Dog Park along with the shore of False Creek.

South Granville

Walkabout the friendly neighborhood of South Granville where you can explore new streets, grab a bite at one of their fancy restaurants or get to know the locals.

Granville Island Public Market

Spend the afternoon shopping (or window-shopping) at Granville Islands’ most famous attraction--the Granville Island Public Market. Here you can explore handcrafted-nicknacks, fresh produce locally crafted goods from the hundreds of little venues within Granville Islands Public Market.

Vancouver Seawall

Go for a walk and get some exercise along the Vancouver Seawall. This pathway wraps around the False Creek Inlet overlooking the beauty of the city.

Around the Corner

Granville Island

Mt. Pleasant



Granville Island

Vancouver General Hospital

Kits Point


Sunset Beach


Emily Carr Elementary School

Edith Cavell Elementary School

False Creek Elementary School

Henry Hudson Elementary School

Shaughnessy Elementary School

Madrona School

Kitsilano Secondary School

Eric Hamber Secondary School

Dorset College

Drake Medox College

Blessed Sacrament School


For transportation, biking is the most prominent due to its close proximity to the downtown core and dense population for the area. Especially in neighborhoods like Granville Island, where parking is limited and quite pricy. Next for most popular transportation is biking, bus, and car share. This is because, Fairview is still a bit of a distance from the downtown core and without access to any nearby Skytrains, transportation can be challenging.

Restaurant & Retail


Broadway 965 Hornby St.

With a focus on health, this Japanese restaurant offers everything from gluten-free to vegan-free to other health-specific dishes. With everything from bowls to salads to sushi rolls, Sheizenya is highly rated.

The Sandbar Seafood Restaurant

1535 Johnson St.

Combining seafood with traditional foods, The Sandbar Seafood Restaurant is a popular hangout for visitors and locals who want to relax and have a good time all while overlooking the harbor.

The Vancouver Fish Company

1517 Anderson St.

Known for its seafood and with a fantastic happy hour menu and appetizer menu, The Vancouver Fish Company is one of the most popular hangout hubs in Granville Island.