Situated between the iconic Science World sphere, BC Place Stadium and the Cambie Street Bridge is Vancouver’s waterfront False Creek community.

It’s one of the city’s most picturesque neighbourhoods and a model of sustainability, with easy access to public transportation and eco-friendly infrastructure projects like the Olympic Village. Plus, residents of False Creek benefit from the area’s close proximity to many of Vancouver’s most popular destinations, from the eclectic mix of cuisines in Chinatown to the fresh produce markets on Granville Island.

If you want to join the thousands of Vancouverites who already call False Creek home, check out these new condo projects in the area.

1. Avenue One

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Developer: Concord Pacific
Location: 1768 Cook Street
Priced from: $607,900

Located on a very desirable spot overlooking Hinge Park, Habitat Island and the waterfront, Avenue One is a sleek, 17-storey residence designed by GBL Architects and IBI Group. When construction wraps up later this year, residents will be steps from public transit, including two SkyTrain lines and the AquaBus, as well as winding paths connected to the False Creek seawall.

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Available suites are priced from the $600,000s and feature open-concept living spaces appointed with the latest features and finishes curated by LIV Interiors. Those who love to spend time outdoors will want to check out the two-plus-den collection which comes with expansive outdoor living rooms. These exquisite alfresco spaces feature outdoor solar shades, gas outlets and hose bibs, porcelain tile flooring, and wood-look soffit panels with radiant ceiling heaters and pot lights.

2. Pinnacle on The Park False Creek

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Developer: Pinnacle International
Location: 1708 Ontario Street
Priced from: $799,900

This move-in ready development by Pinnacle International features a luxurious, 18-storey tower designed by Bingham Hill Architects. Overlooking Ontario Street, residents of Pinnacle on The Park False Creek enjoy easy access to the water’s edge, seawall and nearby Olympic Village. Inside, residences boast a mix of spacious, one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts with beautiful views and modern finishes.

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Amenities include a podium rooftop garden that’s perfect for entertaining friends or hanging out with neighbours, along with multiple social lounges, a state-of-the-art fitness facility and children’s play area. Plus, those who commute will benefit from a secure underground parking garage for residents and guests and a dedicated bike storage space.

3. Epic at West

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Developer: Executive Group Development
Location: 1788 Columbia Street
Priced from: $2,555,000

Epic at West is the final phase of Executive Group’s three-tower development in False Creek. The community spans an entire city block and features an 18,000-square-foot daycare facility and over 43,000 square feet of retail spaces and restaurants. There’s plenty of onsite amenities too, including an 8,500-square-foot landscaped rooftop patio, clubhouse with a dining area and kitchen, and a fully-equipped gym.

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There are only a handful of suites left with two to three bedrooms and sizes ranging from 964 to 1,969 square feet. Interiors offer contemporary design with quartz countertops, Torlys flooring, and high-end Fulgor Milano and Blomberg appliances.

4. Tesoro

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Developer: Concert
Location: Switchmen Street and Quebec Street
Priced from: Contact developer

Tesoro by Concert is False Creek’s latest development and is currently still accepting pre-construction registrations. The sleek, 17-storey tower marks the fifth residence in Concert’s The Creek community and will house 91 residential suites including a mix of townhomes, two- to three-bedroom units and four penthouses.

Situated just south of Science World, residents of Tesoro will enjoy a wealth of amenities only steps from their door, along with panoramic views of False Creek and downtown Vancouver. Initial plans also call for significant new park space that will connect the community to a new city park along Ontario Street and the Olympic Village.

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