1101 - 1678 Pullman Porter | Vancouver | Britsh Columbia
Start your morning with a walk or bike-ride around the seawall; enjoy sports and programs at Creekside Community Centre; and meet friends at the many breweries and restaurants, Tap & Barrel, Craft Beer Market, Wild Tale, Nook and many more.
Plus run all your errands in just a 3 block radius with London Drugs, Urban Fare, Legacy Liquor Store, dry cleaning, banking and more, all just steps away.
Walkers' & Riders' Paradise
98 Walk Score
Daily errands do not require a car
100 Transit Score
World-class public transportation
71 Bike Score
"Southeast False Creek, a leading model of sustainable development...features efficient energy solutions, high performance green buildings, and easy transit access.
Southeast False Creek is designed as a mixed-use community with a total population of 11,000 – 13,000 people, with a focus on residential housing.
As a complete neighbourhood – with the 2010 Olympic Village at its core – Southeast False Creek has goods and services within walking distance, and housing and jobs that are accessible by transit.
The Olympic Village is a mixed-use community, with approximately 1,100 residential units, area parks, and a growing number of retail and service outlets....Olympic Village is one of the greenest communities in the world, making Vancouver a leader in sustainable development." - City of Vancouver
Here are the top 3 reasons we think Olympic Village is one of the top neighbourhoods to own real estate in.
Follow the seawall home, and live next to the upcoming 2.7 acre park currently being developed by the City of Vancouver.
Across the way we have Northeast False Creek - currently the last remaining piece of undeveloped land in the downtown along False Creek, This area is planned to include 32 acres of new and renewed park space, along with amenities like plazas, artist spaces and a cultural centre,
East of Main St, we have the False Creek Flats, currently representing one fifth of Vancouver's regionally designated employment lands. Over the next three decades the City's plans are to increase jobs from 8,000 to over 30,000, aupport new and creative economies.
1678 Pullman Porter, Vancouver, BC