at a glancein&aroundthe neighbourhood

Location

Located downtown Vancouver right off Robson and Homer Street, Yaletown is considered one of the most popular and populated neighborhoods in Vancouver. Known as a very classy and ‘ritsy’ area, Yaletown has many parks, marinas, high-rises, and unique architectural buildings.

Recreation

Engine 374 Pavilion and the Roundhouse Turntable Plaza 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver

Located on the corner of Davie Street and Pacific Boulevard and next to the Roundhouse Community Center, The Engine 374 Pavilion is a great place to explore Yaletown’s Pacific Railroad history and how it helped shape Yaletown into the neighborhood it is today.

Yaletown Brewing Company

What is a better way to get to know Yaletown other than getting to know it local Brewery? This brewery is rated 4.5 stars on Google and even offers DoorDash Delivery!

Vancouver Seawall

Go for a relaxing walk or a breath-taking run on the just over 11Km loop called Vancouver’s Seawall’ which loops around the False Creek Peninsula including parts of Yaletown. During this walk, Vancouverites will get a taste of the city life and marine life while enjoying Vancouver's spectacular views.

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery 1070 Homer Street, Vancouver

Take a day off and visit the Jennifer Kostuik Gallery. During this visit, you can get a taste of visual arts from Canada, the US, Japan, Mexico, and the Netherlands.

David Lam Park 1300 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver

The David Lam Park is known for its recreation opportunities overlooking False Creek and Yaletown. With waterfront views, David Lam Park is the perfect location Vancouverites looking wind-down and relax.

Opus Bar 350 Davie Street, Vancouver

The Opus Bar is one of Vancouver’s most famous boutiques known for its diverse wine and cocktail list. With plenty of evening entertainment, music, and DJ’s the Opus Bar makes a perfect venue to explore for a night out.

Yaletown Farmers Market 650 Hamilton Street, Vancouver

If it is one thing that Yaletown is known for, it’s known for its plentiful farmer’s markets. From fresh produce to homemade goodies and local nic-nacs, in the Summer almost has a market on every couple of blocks.

Around the Corner

Davis Village

Downtown Vancouver

Granville Island

Chinatown

BC Place

Rogers Arena

Vancouver’s public library

CF Pacific Center Shopping

Granville Island

Vancouver Public Library

Education

Elsie Roy Elementary School

Lions Gate Montessori

The Westside Schools

Pattison High School

Claren Academy

Transportation

Walk: With many amenities in Yaletown and being close to many destinations, walking is amongst the most popular mode of transportation. Aquabus: Backing onto False Creek, Yaletown offers the Aquabus which has prices starting at $3.75 and also has monthly options. This is a good option for those traveling across False Creek. Skytrain: Great Skytrain access to Yaletown Roundhouse Station located on the corner of Davies and Mainland Street. Bus: Plenty of bus stops and routes. Bike: Another one of Yaletown’s most popular modes of transportation as there is lots of traffic congestion and parking is limited and resourceful. Car: With Yaletown being one of the most densely populated areas in Vancouver, having a car can be difficult and extremely inconvenient. Carshare: ZipCar and Evo

Restaurant & Retail

Cioppino's Mediterranean Grill

Located on 1133 Hamilton St. Vancouver, offers upscale dining brought to you by a popular chef who wants to share his love for Mediterranean fare.

WildTale Coastal Grill

Located on 1079 Mainland Street, Vancouver, The WildTale Coastal Grill is perfect for Vancouverites who enjoy a modern atmosphere and love for seafood! Here you can sit out on the patio and enjoy their famous oyster’s platter.

House Special

Located on 1269 Hamilton Street, Vancouver, House Special offers Vietnamese food, craft beer, cocktails, and wine.