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Eugen Klein, Managing Broker  |  Dean Thomas, Sales Representative  |  Kevin Chiang


Set on the north-facing slope between Hastings Street and Vancouver’s working port, the Cedar Cove sub-area provides an important stock of affordable rental housing in a setting that enjoys views towards the harbour, the North Shore mountains and downtown. The primary residential building forms include low-rise apartments, townhouses and duplexes as well as some single-family housing. Cedar Cove has a number of social, cultural and recreational amenities. Pandora Park is a key green space, as are other smaller parks elsewhere in the sub-area, particularly along Wall Street. Cedar Cove is also home to the Aboriginal Mother Centre, Tillicum Annex and several social housing buildings. The ARC (Artist Resource Centre) is a well-known live-work arts space. Dundas Street bisects the sub-area and although it is a busy arterial connector, it has the potential to become a mixed-use node that is the focus of local-serving shops and services for this corner of Grandview-Woodland. The plan for the Cedar Cove sub-area will maintain the existing rental housing stock but allow for new rental housing to be introduced at an incremental pace.

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