East Vancouver, or East Van as it’s colloquially known, has seen a growth in independent commercial ventures in the last few decades that makes that part of the city one of the most exciting and interesting places to begin hunting for real estate. From micro-breweries serving up their unique styles of ale and independent clothing stores servicing the stylish populace to any of the bustling night spots found on Commercial Drive and further afield, East Van is full of surprises and reasons to relocate.
East Van Environs
East Van runs east of Cambie Street through to about Boundary Road, and from the edge of Railtown all the way out to 41st Avenue. It’s a huge area and it can be difficult to sum up in simple terms. Instead, it’s worth looking at some of the key spots and what they offer the prospective home owner in terms of travel links and amenities.