The North Shore of Vancouver is one of the most desirable places in the city to live. With an abundance of natural beauty, an active community and a thriving economy. The North Shore provides residents with all the benefits of big city living without many of its drawbacks; in fact, it might even be better than living downtown! We've compiled some of our favourite things about living on the North Shore into this post!
The North Shore is known for being one of the most desirable places in the city to live, and it's easy to see why. It has a high quality of life with lots of amenities, making it an excellent place to invest in real estate.
The North Shore has everything you could want: beautiful parks and beaches; top-notch schools; great restaurants; easy access to Vancouver via public transit or by car. There are many parks and outdoor activities available for kids, including hiking trails and swimming spots like Deep Cove Beach (which is also known as 'Granville Island without all the tourists'). Plus, our local community centre has amazing programs for children up until age 12 that teach them new skills like skateboarding or playing basketball. The area is also home to iconic landmarks like Grouse Mountain and Cypress Mountain Resort, as well as countless other outdoor activities that are perfect for summertime exploration!
The North Shore has an active community that enjoys spending time together at restaurants, bars or festivals throughout the year. The area is home to several annual events like music festivals, sports tournaments and arts & cultural festivals. There are also numerous shopping and dining options available, including popular chains like Starbucks and Chipotle Mexican Grill. And if you're looking for employment opportunities, the economy here is strong--which means there are plenty of jobs available in both traditional industries (like manufacturing) as well as emerging ones (such as tech).
The economy in this region has been growing steadily since 2011 due to an increase in tourism following improvements made by TransLink during 2010-2013 period which included upgrading SeaBus service frequency (from every 15 minutes during peak hours down closer towards every 10 minutes) plus installing additional bus shelters along major routes such as Marine Drive between Ambleside Park/Second Beach Park all way through West Vancouver until Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal & vice versa; adding new routes, improving reliability through introducing newer models such as diesel-electric hybrid buses (DDH) and expanding service area coverage via adding new stops along existing lines
The North Shore has a lot to offer, from its beautiful natural environment, its vibrant community and thriving economy, it's no surprise that this region is popular with residents and visitors alike. It's a suburb that offers all the convenience of city living without sacrificing nature or community.