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Coal Harbour Long History in Vancouver BC

February 15, 2012

Filed under: Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 1:00 pm
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Coal Harbour has experienced a great deal ever since it first set up business as an exclusively industrial waterfront working zone. It wasn’t any more than simply fifteen years back when the neighborhood started to get coordinated as the very first residential part of town next to the Burrard Inlet to be worked on. As of today, Coal Harbour is made of concrete high-rise luxurious¬†townhouses and condos and particularly are located around bayshore drive and cardero street. Coal harbour condos, presenting a close distance to both the waterfront parks (including Stanley Park, near pender street and the famous one thousand acre Evergreen Oasis along the border of Downtown vancouver) and the city’s Business District, which comprises of many shopping centers along Denman St. and Robson St.

As of now, the twenty-three acre property of Coal Harbour condos is one of the most prevalent urban spots in vancouver, and it continually undergoes new developments and renovations. There is a brand new convention centre that waas built in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics; on January 24th, 2009, the first Shangri La & Zen hotel/condo, which is also the tallest luxury hotel of vancouver, opened up to the public while more highrise condos are being devised for construction.

Burrard Inlet‘s eight acre waterfront park is an incredible

One of the most fascinating aspects about Coal Harbour is its serene atmosphere that residents experience, even though it is so near to the center of Downtown. Naturally, there is pretty heavy traffic on those central streets and the meticulously allotted commercial spots that take in the residential communities; however, there is always something to find when you have such incredible views to take in from every part of town.

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