Coal Harbour sits along Vancouver's waterfront and offers some of the city's most prestigious addresses along with some of the most stellar views seen anywhere. Bordered by the Vancouver harbour to the north, Georgia Street to the south, Burrard Street to the east, and Denman Street to the west, this world-class neighbourhood includes not only luxury towers and townhomes but also an active and working harbour. Coal Harbour has it all, luxury condo living with easy access to all the amenities of a thriving and vibrant downtown core.
Outdoors and Activities:
Stanley Park and the Harbour Seawall are both an integral part of Coal Harbour. A nature lover’s dream, a walker/jogger’s perfect Sunday morning run. Dog walking, rollerblading, rowing, tennis, lawn bowling, rugby … these and many more sports are easily accessible from Coal Harbour. Stanley Park offers facilities and outdoor activities in the most magnificent urban setting in Canada. Local upscale gyms, spas and a vibrant waterfront community centre cater to those wanting more indoor facilities.
With views of Stanley Park, the Indian Arm, Burrard Inlet, and the northshore mountains, Coal Harbour sits peacefully along side of the city's financial district and within walking distance of Robson Street and the best shopping and dining the city has to offer.
Coal Harbour is within walking distance of many of the city's five star restaurants, trendiest neighbourhood drinking establishments, and premier coffee shops. Urban Fare has two stores in the area, one in the southern quadrant and one in the northern part. The accessibility to shopping is unparalleled, steps from Robson Street. Upscale shopping and its mix of quality goods and people-watching have made Robson Street a lure for shoppers and tourists wanting the true Vancouver experience.
Coal Harbour is home the most visited tourist and business sites in Vancouver. Canada Place with its iconic roof representative of a tall ship’s sails; the Pan Pacific Hotel, the Vancouver World Trade Centre, Vancouver’s Cruiseship Terminal and the beautiful new Vancouver Convention Centre all provide a vibrant hub of activities, artistic ventures and sightseeing. Other attractions include Jack Poole Plaza with the Olympic Flame and the Float Plane Terminal. Close by is the Vancouver Harbour Air Control Tower that sits high atop the Granville Square high-rise. Built in 1974, this Tower remains the highest air traffic control tower in the world and is responsible for the busiest water aerodrome in Canada.