Kitsilano Real Estate

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If Downtown is where Vancouverites go to work, Kitsilano is where they go to play. Known locally as “Kits”, this neighbourhood maintains some of its 1960s hippy feel, when it was considered the city’s version of San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury district.

Eco-friendly and progressive, Kits is the birthplace of Greenpeace, the BC Green Party and the global yoga brand Lululemon Athletica. It is a hub for organic food, trendy multicultural restaurants and some of Vancouver, British Columbia's best shopping.

Historically, the area from Burrard to Alma Street, where the neighbourhood of Kitsilano is now situated, used to be a dense forest filled with wildlife. It was also home to a salmon-canning factory, formerly at the foot of Macdonald Street.

Kitsilano is laid back and very West Coast. Home to the famous Kits Beach, considered one of the world’s 10 best city beaches, Kitsilano feels like a little piece of California within British Columbia. In the 1960s and 1970s, Kits was a favourite hippy hangout. These days, it is where all Vancouverites flock to be seen on the beach during the summer. Those who are lucky enough to live there are an interesting mix of young professionals, university students and families who enjoy the neighbourhood’s beach town atmosphere. Almost half of all residents are in their 20s and 30s.


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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

Kits’ West 4th Avenue and West Broadway are two of Vancouver’s most important streets for shopping and eating out. They are home to trendy boutiques, organic markets and big-name brand stores. When it comes to restaurants, Kitsilano is rivaled only by Downtown in its variety. The vegetarian The Naam is an iconic Vancouver eatery founded in 1968, at the height of Kits’ hippy days.

The place maintains much of its original homey feel. There is often someone playing acoustic guitar and dishes include local, organic ingredients. Inspired by the ancient Silk Route through China, India and the Mediterranean, East is East offers a relaxed atmosphere, great chai tea and a mix between Middle Eastern and East Indian fare. Other popular restaurants in Kits include the Mexican Las Margaritas, the Malaysian Banana Leaf and the Japanese Hapa Izakaya, which is just steps away from Kitsilano Beach.

Entertainment and Tourism

Real Estate

Kitsilano real estate includes some single-detached and semi-detached family homes, but is mostly made up of low-rise apartment and condo buildings of under five stories – these comprise almost 70% of dwellings in the area. Just over 10% of homes in the neighbourhood are duplexes. Rental units are widely available, and nearly 60% of residents are renters.


Pollution/ Noise

West 4th Avenue and West Broadway are busy thoroughfares, but Kitsilano’s residential streets are calm and tree-lined. As is typical in places where life centres on the beach, most of the hustle and bustle of this neighbourhood happens during the day and nights tend to be quieter and more subdued. With its 15 city parks and extensive waterfront, Kitsilano has plenty of clean air, despite being only minutes away from downtown Vancouver.

Crime Rate

With its tight-knit community feel, Kitsilano is one of Vancouver’s safest neighbourhoods. It is advisable to watch your belongings carefully while on the beach and other busy places, of course, but overall this is an area with very low crime rates. In January of 2016, for example, Kits had no robberies and only three cases of motor vehicle theft compared to 16 cases of each of these types of crime registered during the same period in Vancouver’s Central Business District.



Just minutes away from the University of British Columbia, Western Canada’s top ranked university. The youth of Kitsilano are also served by five public elementary schools and two high schools, as well as two independent schools. For Kindergarten to Grade 7, students can go to Bayview, False Creek, General Gordon, Henry Hudson, Lord Tennyson or the independent Catholic school St. Augustine.

Older students attend Kitsilano Secondary or Lord Byng. Kitsilano is also home to Fraser Academy, a private school for grades 1 to 12 which specializes in students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences.

Public Transportation

Kitsilano is well served by public transportation and has direct buses to Downtown and the University of British Columbia (UBC). Major bus routes run along West 4th Avenue and West Broadway. The neighbourhood is connected to the city’s Sky Train system through the express bus line 99 B-line, which starts at UBC and runs along Broadway, Vancouver’s major East-West thoroughfare.


Family Life

Some of Vancouver’s top family attractions are in Kitsilano, not the least of which are Kitsilano Beach and Kits Pool, the city’s only saltwater outdoor pool. Measuring 137 metres, it is three times longer than an Olympic pool and is Canada’s longest pool. Vanier Park, with its grassy fields and fantastic views of downtown Vancouver, is home to three museums with exhibits to delight adults and kids alike: the Museum of Vancouver (MOV), the Vancouver Maritime Museum and the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre. The last-named includes an observatory and planetarium with programs sure to entertain the little scientists you have at home. Kitsilano families are also served by their own branch of the Vancouver Public Library and the Kitsilano Community Centre.

In the summer, Kits hosts many festivals in its streets and parks that bring smiles to people of all ages. Check out Khatsalahno for a giant street party of music and arts along West 4th Avenue, enjoy theatre under the stars during the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, watch dance and music performances on the outdoor stage of the Kitsilano Showboat or taste some delicious Greek food at the annual Greek Day on Broadway.


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