Downtown Vancouver West End Neighborhood Profile

Located in the West End neighborhood of Vancouver is St. Paul’s Hospital, Roedde House Museum, English Bay, The English Bay Seawall, Alexandra Park, Cardero Park, Nelson Park, Stanley Park and Sunset Beach, historic Robson Street, the Vancouver Aquatic Centre, West End Community Centre, Coal Harbour Community Centre and Barclay Manor. The West End neighborhood refers to everything from Burrard Street to Stanley Park, including the Stanley Park Neighborhood west of Denman Street and the Coal Harbour Neighborhood.

The West End neighborhood of Vancouver is family friendly, 42% of the homes have children at home under 15 years of age. In the West End neighborhood of Vancouver, 40% of occupants own their own home and about 66% of the homes in the West End neighborhood were constructed before 1980.

The West End neighborhood has a diverse work force – more than 95% of the labour force for the Downtown neighborhood consists of occupations in the art, culture, recreation, sport, social sciences, education government, religion, health, sciences, management, sales, service, business, finance and admin industries.

The West End neighborhood of Vancouver has a wide selection of town homes amongst the many luxury high-rises and spacious condominiums. Buyers will find great conveniences and accessibility in one of Canada’s most livable downtown cores along with fantastic views of the city skyline and water views of West End.

West End Homes For Sale

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West End – Neighborhood Video

West End – Neighborhood Photos

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West End Price History: Town Homes

West End Price History: Condominiums

West End Benchmark Price

The MLS® HPI (Home Price Index) Benchmark Price represents the current expected sales price for a typical or “Benchmark” home in the West End neighbourhood of Vancouver.

The MLS® HPI takes into consideration what averages and medians do not – variables such as lot size, age, number of rooms, etc. The most commonly traded set of these variables describes the composite of the typical or ‘benchmark’ property type in the West End neighbourhood of Vancouver. Prices paid for homes with these variables determine benchmark home prices.

West End Price History: 1 Bedroom

West End Price History: 2 Bedroom

West End Price History: 3+ Bedroom

Market Report: Vancouver