South Cambie Real Estate

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South Cambie was named after pioneering railway engineer Henry Cambie and has now fittingly been transformed by the arrival of Canada Line trains in 2009.

This neighbourhood is abuzz with new developments and has become a wonderful option for families and professionals who want to be connected to Downtown but without having to live in the city centre.

Projected to be Vancouver, British Columbia’s new city centre when City Hall was moved to 12th and Cambie in 1929, South Cambie has a “Main Street Canada” feel to it. It is a narrow strip wedged between the beautiful, grassy Queen Elizabeth Park and the expensive homes of Shaughnessy Heights, making it Vancouver’s smallest neighbourhood. The area on Cambie Street known as Cambie Village, which goes from West 5th Avenue to King Edward Avenue, is full of shops, restaurants, cafés and services, offering residents everything they need within walking distance.

Away from bustling Cambie Street, South Cambie has calm, tree-lined thoroughfares. It is home to several important medical facilities, including BC Children’s Hospital and BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre. Many of its residents are health care professionals.


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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

In spite of being such a small neighbourhood, South Cambie has plenty of entertainment. Everything from Vancouver’s top stand up comedy club, Yuk Yuk’s, to the city’s only baseball stadium – Nat Bailey Stadium, home to the Vancouver Canadians – are within its borders. For enthusiasts of old and independent movies, an interesting neighbourhood find is Black Dog Video: located between 18th and 19th Avenues on Cambie Street, it is one of the city’s last remaining video stores.

Black Dog’s dedication to carrying any movie you can think of and the kind of cult productions you will never find on Netflix has been the secret to its survival. One of the best views of Vancouver can be seen from the restaurant Seasons in the Park, in Queen Elizabeth Park.

Choose from a varied menu that includes main courses such as grilled steelhead salmon with quinoa, more casual pizza and pasta dishes and typical Canadian and North American sides such as poutine and macaroni and cheese. A multitude of dining options can also be found right on Cambie Street, in the Cambie Village area. Head over to La Taqueria for authentic Mexican meat and vegetarian tacos made from organic and local ingredients or go to Vij’s for some traditional Indian food served in a beautifully decorated space with ‘starlit-night’ lanterns above the dining area.

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Real Estate

South Cambie has gained a multitude of new developments in recent years. Buildings have sprouted up like mushrooms up and down Cambie Street, especially near the rapid transit Canada Line stations. To the south, South Cambie maintains several single-family dwellings built between 1940 and 1980, while to the north, closer to Downtown, the area is becoming increasingly dominated by brand new condo and townhouse developments. South Cambie is a neighbourhood going through a transformation: in recent years, even areas traditionally made up of detached single-family homes are seeing more townhouse complexes being built.


Pollution/ Noise

With the exception of medical facilities and the shops and restaurants of Cambie Village, South Cambie is primarily residential. This makes the neighbourhood relatively calm and quiet. The trees present on most streets and the extensive green areas of Queen Elizabeth Park guarantee the good air quality of the region.

Crime Rate

Being Vancouver’s smallest neighbourhood, South Cambie also has one of the city’s lowest crime rates. In January of 2016, the area had no robberies and only 13 cases of theft, compared to 16 robberies and 354 cases of theft registered in the city’s Central Business District during the same time period.



Many schools serve the neighbourhood, including five public elementary schools, three high-schools, a Jewish day-school and a French-speaking Catholic school. In the public education system, students in Kindergarten to Grade 7 can attend Emily Carr, Edith Cavell, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Sexsmith elementary schools, or the French-speaking Rose-des-Vents. High school students can go to Eric Hamber Secondary School, Sir Winston Churchill High School or the francophone École Secondaire Jules-Verne. In addition, South Cambie is home to the independent Jewish day school Vancouver Talmud Torah and the Catholic École Saint Sacrement. South of the neighbourhood and easily accessible by the Canada Line is one of BC’s largest colleges, Langara College, where courses are offered to more than 21,000 undergraduate students.

Public Transportation

The South Cambie neighbourhood has the best public transportation in the city outside of Downtown. Much of the area is within walking distance of the Canada Line. Running up and down Cambie Street, this rapid transit train line starts in downtown Vancouver and ends in Richmond. It includes a stop at Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Many major bus routes run along Cambie and Oak streets, as well as King Edward Avenue, connecting the neighbourhood to other parts of the city.


Family Life

South Cambie’s crown jewel is Queen Elizabeth Park. Vancouver’s most popular park after Stanley Park, this 52-hectare green area has beautifully landscaped gardens and many family attractions. At 152 metres above sea level, the park’s Little Mountain is the highest point in Vancouver and has fantastic views of the city and the North Shore mountains. The park houses several recreational facilities, including a pitch & putt, tennis courts, lawn bowling and outdoor roller hockey and basketball courts. It is also home to the Bloedel Conservatory, a domed indoor, temperature-controlled paradise with more than 200 free-flying tropical birds and 500 exotic plants and flowers.

Near Queen Elizabeth Park is Hillcrest Centre, a community facility that includes a fitness centre, aquatic centre, gymnasium, dance studio and year-round ice rink. In the aquatic centre, patrons can enjoy indoor and outdoor pools, including a leisure pool for kids with water toys, sprays, and a lazy river.


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