Yaletown, Downtown Vancouver

Considered the chic, young and hip place to be, scores of singles, couples and downtown professionals flock to this exclusive area to live, work and play.

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In the recent years a boom in construction in this area as well as an influx of specialty shops, restaurants and bars has brought an allure to the area, catering to those who want to experience the downtown and all its amenities.

With its modern, sleek feel (as well as its historic touches such as cobblestone walkways, reuse of the former industrial buildings and lower skyline) and its central Vancouver location, residents and visitors can begin the day at a French cafe and eat at a trendy Hollywood star studded restaurant and finish off the evening at some of the city's most exclusive bars ad clubs.

With the famous seawall only steps away and mini-ferries to Granville Island close by on False Creek, its no wonder Yaletown has emerged as one of Vancouver's hottest spots.

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Engine 374 Pavilion

The large Engine 374 Pavilion in Vancouver's Yaletown District is an important piece of history as it pulled the first transcontinental train from the East to West coast.