Known for it's historic restoration, side walk cafes and pristine parks, Yaletown is one of Vancouver's most sought after neighbourhoods. With all your daily amenities within a close walking distance, there is no question why this neighbourhood is so loved. Yaletown is a deeply historic and iconic neighbourhood in Vancouver. The neighbourhood was the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1886 – the endpoint for the first lines of steel linking Canada from coast to coast.
The Mark is located within walking distance of some of the cities finest dining. The elevated brick side walks in Yaletown are filled with amazing cafes and patios, perfect for soaking in the sun and enjoying a cocktail. From The Flying Pig and Fayuca to Minami, there are all types of cuisines available for any taste bud. The Keg's rooftop patio is one of our favourite spots for an evening drink with friends!
Farm to Table grocers (3 minutes walking), Choices Market (5 minutes walking) and Urban Fare (9 minutes walking) are only a short jaunt away. These grocers are known for their fresh organic produce, specialty goods and high-end shopping experience.
Enjoy a morning run or an evening stroll on the seawall. Need some green space? Located just a hop, skip and a jump away from The Mark are David Lam and George Wainborn Parks.
Yaletown is known as one of the most dog friendly neighbourhoods in Vancouver. Suite 4601 is allowed dogs (with restrictions), making it the perfect home for dog lovers. Dogs are allowed to roam on leash at George Wainborn park or take them to Emery Barnes Park where there is a dedicated space for dogs to play.