There’s no doubt one of the best things about Vancouver is its natural surroundings, namely, the Pacific Ocean. So it follows logic that some of its most sought-after neighbourhoods would be beside the water. The waterfront community of False Creek is a perfect example of this.
Situated at 38 West 1st Avenue between Salt and Ontario streets, When construction is completed, The One will stand at the heart of this pedestrian, pet and people-friendly area.
The One is just a stone’s throw from Vancouver’s iconic seawall – all 22 kilometres of it. That means residents can walk, jog, bike or rollerblade from their front door to Coal Harbour or Kits Beach.
Need transportation? The One is close to two SkyTrains lines, bus stops, pathways and water taxi stations which can have you in downtown Vancouver or on Granville Island in minutes.
But perhaps the highlight of this Southeast False Creek neighbourhood is Olympic Village, The One’s “front yard.” With its high-end, ultra-convenient amenities, everything residents could want will be right at their doorsteps. Creekside Community Centre has childcare, fitness programs, a dance studio and a world-class boating centre, complete with boat launch, dragon boating and kayak rentals.
Also within walking distance of The One: London Drugs, Legacy Liquor Store, Terra Breads, Tap & Barrel pub, Urban Fare and a plethora of green spaces.
The One’s 165 spacious homes are now selling, so be sure to visit the sales centre at 1738 Ontario Street before they’re gone.
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