There is a new development starting pre sales in Yaletown at 999 Seymour street. It is on the northwest corner of Nelson and Seymour, architecture by Acton Ostry Architects, and the builders are by The Townline Group of Companies, whom have been in business for approximately 30 years. In the heart of downtown Vancouver, where again I reiterate, one of the most liveable cities in the world. Excellent restaurants, with cuisines of the world at your doorstep. Entertainment district is on Granville offering venues of nightlife, theatres, BC Place Stadium, GM Place home of hockey of the Vancouver's Canucks, and Vancouver's Art Gallery. A good place to live and invest in. Price starts at $390K for 497 sq. ft. up to 1.5M for 1239 sq.ft.
Yaletown, in the 60's and 70's the industrial district of Vancouver. Yaletown today is one of Vancouver's most desired, and one of the hottest neighbourhoods to live. It's one of the best areas that offers some of the trendiest restaurants, bars, hot night clubs, excellent boutiques, where one may see a few celebrities frequent these hot spots.
The boundaries of Yaletown are from Robson Street, another trendy area, to the water front, Burrard street to Cambie with the most expensive area being Beach Crescent.
Below is a map with some of the buildings located in the Yaletown Core
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