Vancouver’s Fairview neighbourhood runs from 16th Avenue in the south to False Creek in the north, and from Burrard Street in the west to Cambie Street in the east. Included in the Fairview neighbourhood is ‘South Granville’, the exclusive shopping district that runs along Granville Street.
Fairview district includes both desirable residential areas and bustling commercial hubs, Fairview is home to some of Vancouver’s best most-acclaimed restaurants like Vij’s, Cactus Club, Memphis Blues or Banana Leaf, just to name a few. Beautiful parks are scattered throughout the Fairview neighbourhood, which makes it easy for enjoying a walk with or without your two (or four!) legged companion. It’s quite easy for residents of Fairview to find a place for a picnic, play tennis or chase your kids to the playground.
Fairview’s most famous landmark: ‘Granville Island’ is attracting numerous visitors from all over the world. Packed with shops, restaurants and gorgeous views, the island is home to the great Granville Island Public Market, the Arts Club; music and theatre festivals, like the Shakespeare Festival; Canada Day celebrations, and other cultural events.
With both Olympic Village Skytrain Station and City Hall Station, providing access to the Canada Line Skytrain and major transit routes down West Broadway, West 16th Avenue and 2nd Avenue, Fairview has excellent public transportation and is the 5th most walkable neighbourhood in Vancouver!
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2910 Alder Street
2910 Alder Street is a 4-storey concrete building with an elevator, nestled in a quiet side-street in the Fairview neighbourhood. It was built mid-century and that is reflected in the retro design of the building. 2910 Alder Street offers 1 bedroom suites, each suite with a complimentary storage locker and most with a ‘Juliette Balcony’.
Alder is currently undergoing a landscaping project that will wrap up at the end of June. Stay tuned for updated photos of the exterior of the building!
Centrally located in the Fairview neighbourhood, the building is only a 7 minute walk from Vancouver General Hospital, as well as being close to beautiful Shaughnessy Park. It is only a short walk to South Granville, which features many restaurants, shopping and the renowned ‘Gallery Row’.
2910 Alder Street is just a few blocks away from major dedicated bike routes, including West 7th Avenue, West 10th Avenue and Heather Street. As well, 2910 Alder is nestled between West Broadway & West 16th Avenue, both major transit routes.