Once upon a time, Yaletown used to be the westernmost stop for the Canadian Pacific Railway, and so, it was a place where industry boomed. Now, it’s a vibrant area with new industries, cafes, restaurants and bars to die for, beautiful parks, animation studios and high-rise condominiums.
Yaletown’s Recent Openings & Activities
The latest addition to the list of Yaletown’s restro-bar is Tacofino. The area welcomes the 50-seat counter-service restaurant and bar, which also features a 12-seat patio and take-out bar.
When a taco craving hits, Tacofino is a must-visit.
People love the tempura fish taco with salsa fresca and chipotle mayo & a few new items such as pepper shrimp with spicy peanut sauce, smoked tuna burrito, white bean taco, lemongrass chicken taco, tater tot carnitas, crispy squid and beef brisket barbacoa.
Tacofino opens at 11am-10pm, Monday-Wednesday, and 11am until late, Thursday-Saturday.
PET-A-PALOOZA coming to Yaletown this year
PET-A-PALOOZA returns to Vancouver, and guess what? It will be held in Yaletown on August 28th this year. PET-A-PALOOZA is West Coast’s largest outdoor pet festival.
In the most awaited canine festival of the year, events such as “Running of the bulls”, a hilarious 20 ft. French and English bulldog races, cool down stations, photo lounges and over 50 of the leading pet related exhibitors are going to take place.
PET-A-PALOOZA is a pet-friendly festival to have amazing fun with your pet. And best of all, it’s FREE! Dog owners bring their pet to sample treats, food, accessories, and toys and get hooked up with loads of free swag!
Award-winning Australian visual effects and animation studio Animal Logic has arrived in Yaletown, Vancouver in September 2015. The credit for the boom of Vancouver animation industry goes to this new 45,000 sq. ft. studio in Yaletown.
Real Estate Yaletown
In the 19th Century, Yaletown used to be a rail yard. As railway loading docks converted into restaurant and cafe patios and warehouses into lofts, Yaletown became a very desirable place to live for Canadians as well as for people from outside the country. Yaletown’s upscale restaurants, offices, boutique stores, nightclubs, animation studios and access to the False Creek marina make this place a playground for Vancouver’s elite.
New properties have come up around this central area, and Yaletown now owns apartment buildings housing modern condos with great views and fantastic amenities.
If you are looking for some of the best properties in Vancouver real estate, then your search will end now. Yaletown condos will offer you elegant and modern living, however, the prices may be higher than most other Vancouver real estate of similar proportions.
It’s a little expensive to buy a residential property in Yaletown. The current average Yaletown house price is $847,240.
Living in Yaletown