In greater Metro Vancouver, the general land area encompasses 2,865 square kilometers. A huge portion of this region, about 2,000 square kilometers, is open space and greenery for agriculture and nature preservation. The rest is dedicated for urban developments. In the recent years, Vancouver has been given accolades as being one of the world’s best cities to live in, and among the top cities for doing business.
The natural beauty of the area and culturally rich neighbourhoods, have brought a large increase of new residents and business owners from all over the world. When it comes melting pots for culture, arts, history, commerce, and social growth, East Vancouver is the place to be.
Getting to Know the Neighbourhoods
There are several semi-distinct regions in East Van, each with its own unique charm, and each specially catering to the unique lifestyle tastes of its residents. For example, Chinatown on the north end is a National Historic Site, showcasing Vancouver’s ethnic Chinese history and many of the city’s top restaurants. Mount Pleasant, to the south of False Creek, features the hip and creative side of East Van; mixing in cafes, bars, restaurants, art galleries and retail shops showcase one-of-a-kind creations from locals. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2nlnb8f