Coal Harbour is a growing upscale community that started its residential redevelopment in the 1390's. It is composed of three neighbourhoods; Marathon Land, Bayshore Garden and Triangle West. It is a beautiful waterfront walkway with a mixture of residential, office, reail and hotel space with new developments continuing to appear. Coal Harbour goes from the financial district directly to Stanley Park and English bay. The northwestern section features private marinas, several rowing and boating clubs and a community centre.
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Vancouver's downtown was renamed from Gastown to "Vancouver" and incorporated as a city in 1886. The core has been overlaid by residential condos towers over the past generation, providing social and cultural amenities to accompany the redevelopment. Vancouver's downtown, while still dominated by commercial functions, is also home to famous Robson Street, know for its shopping. The estimated population of Vancouver in 2014 is 610,00, which makes it the 8th largest city in Canada.
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Yaletown was formerly a heavy industrial area dominated by warehouses and rail yards, since the Expo 86 it has been transformed into one of the most densely populated neighbourhoods in the city. The marinas, parks, high rise apartment blocks, and converted heritage buildings are significant. This neighbourhood is a hub of activity with great walkability and all amenities within a 1-2 block radius. Yaletown also has no shortage of transport options as you have the Aquabus, SkyTrain,community shuttles and buses all close by.