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False Creek Stats

Vancouver’s newest and last remaining waterfront neighbourhood. the 2010 Olympic Village sits east of the Cambie Street Bridge and south of Science World. It’s buildings are LEED built and are all concrete and mid-rises. Some condos were pre-sold prior to the Olympics and some were sold at the beginning of 2011. Some are still available The Canada Line opened at the end of 2009 . This neighbourhood is now serviced by a many shops, a grocery store and restaurants.

The parcel of land to the east of the Olympic Village will be developed next, with about eight new concrete buildings.

 

2015 - 389 sales. Average sale price $684,000. Average days on market 34.Five sales over $2M.

 

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