As one of Vancouver’s trendiest neighbourhoods (it’s the birthplace of lululemon after all), Kitsilano has become a haven for the city’s urban singles and young families. It’s home to charming cafes, fashionable shops and a stunning beach with Vancouver’s only saltwater swimming pool. West 4th Avenue is Kitsilano’s main drag and features a bustling nightlife scene with pubs packed with locals, bistros offering killer cocktails, and restaurants serving a variety of cuisines.

Plus, with endless bike routes and very walkable streets, the community is well connected to the rest of Vancouver, including nearby Granville Island, which itself is a top destination for tourists and locals alike. If you want to call Kitsilano your new home, check out this list of developments coming soon to the neighbourhood!

1. Eleven West

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Developer: Nadeau Developments
Location: 2687 Maple Street
Priced from: $2,288,000

Eleven West is located at the gateway of Vancouver’s Arbutus Greenway, providing residents access to nine kilometres of walking and biking paths along an old railway corridor. The exclusive residence by Nadeau Developments features a collection of only 10 suites with one-, two- or three-bedroom layouts.

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Generously-sized living areas are appointed with Iced American Walnut Amarosa engineered hardwood floors, high ceilings, and sweeping views of the neighbourhood and surrounding mountains. In the kitchen, you’ll find white gloss flat panel and walnut cabinetry, walnut islands with seating and storage, and Caesarstone Pure White countertops.

2. Kits Walk

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Developer: Strand
Location: 2075 West 12th Avenue
Priced from: Contact developer

Kits Walk is a new purpose-built rental building with 48 units at the corner of West 12th Avenue and Arbutus Street. Developed by Strand, the six-storey residence features modern architecture by Yamamoto Architecture Inc., characterized by a black-and-white facade and traditional brick details that complement the tree-lined streetscape.

The project is currently under construction and is anticipated to be ready for occupancy this fall. Available units include spacious and functional studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts appointed with contemporary finishes.

3. Monument Kitsilano

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Developer: Epta Development Corporation
Location: 2537 Larch Street
Priced from: $1,199,900

Monument Kitsilano is a small community of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes situated on the corner of West Broadway and Larch Street. Developer Epta Development Corporation partnered with Yamamoto Architecture Inc. to design a modern building that blends into and elevates the neighborhood streetscape. The result is a four-storey mid-rise clad in a mix of concrete, metal, longboard and natural stone cladding.

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Inside, the project consists of 22 units with contemporary living spaces designed by Insight Design Group. Standard features and finishes include sophisticated bathrooms with radiant in-floor heating and Kohler Awaken® Series shower fixtures, and gourmet kitchens with polished natural quartz slab countertops and a full appliance package. Each package includes an integrated Gaggenau refrigerator, five-burner gas cooktop, stainless steel electric wall oven and stacking speed oven, Energy Star dishwasher and a Wolf stainless steel chimney hood fan.

4. Westview on York

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Developer: Legendary Developments
Location: 2027 York Avenue
Priced from: Contact developer

Westview on York is a planned condo project by Legendary Developments located five minutes from Kitsilano’s famous beach. The boutique residence features contemporary architecture highlighted by a modern white facade with oversized, black-trimmed windows and is topped with a roof deck for entertaining.

Interiors are bright and spacious with floorplans starting at 1,600 square feet. Standard features and finishes include hardwood flooring, white satin kitchen cabinetry, granite kitchen countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances and rain showerheads in bathrooms.

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