Ubc, BC Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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Homes for sale in UBC, Vancouver, BC vary with prices ranging from $599,000 to $17,800,000.

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The University of British Columbia (UBC) neighbourhood, located between Vancouver and Burnaby, offers a unique lifestyle. The neighbourhood has a high population of UBC students, and this is evident in the amenities and housing options available in the area. UBC has one of the youngest populations in the province, which likely explains the plethora of activities and recreational resources found in the neighbourhood. While often considered part of Vancouver, the neighbourhood is actually outside of the city in a portion known as the University Endowment Lands, which has no municipal representation. This means that the area is often serviced by provincial (or federal) departments, such as the RCMP, rather than City of Vancouver departments.

UBC is located southwest of downtown Vancouver, near English Bay and Howe Sound, on the western most tip of the Burrard Peninsula. The neighbourhood is made up of eight distinct smaller neighbourhoods, which include Hampton Place, East Campus, Hawthorn Place, Chancellor Place, Wesbrook Place, North Campus and University Boulevard, as well as the University Endowment Lands. The neighbourhood is surrounded by green space to the east and water to the west. UBC extends from SW Marine Drivein the west to Blanca Streetin the east, and NW Marine Drivein the north toSW Marine Drivein the south. The area is heavily populated by UBC students, due to the university’s presence being a large part of the neighbourhood.


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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

The UBC neighbourhood is teeming with things to do. The area offers a number of museums to visit, including the Pacific Museum of Earth, which has programs and exhibits focused on earth sciences, including fossils, rocks and minerals, and weather. The Beaty Biodiversity Museum is a natural history museum that has over 500 exhibits on fossils, insects, plants, and various animal species. Focusing on First Nations, the Museum of Anthropology provides exhibits on the arts and cultures of various peoples throughout time. Those interested in the arts can visit the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, which presents numerous concerts in a wide range of music and hosts events for the UBC School of Music and the UBC Department of Theatre and Film.

There are a number of restaurants in the UBC neighbourhood, many of which can be found close to UBC campus buildings. Doughgirls Comfort Kitchen & Bakeshop on Shrum Lane offers many made-from-scratch comfort foods and baked goods options served in a warm, inviting atmosphere. The restaurant also holds classes on baking and dessert making. Loafe Cafe on University Boulevard has an array of European-inspired fare, including sandwiches, soups, salads, and baked goods. The space, which is located on the UBC campus, is bright and modern and offers students and faculty a spot to eat, study, and meet. Also on the UBC campus is Sage Bistro, which focuses on West Coast cuisine, using fresh and local ingredients. The elegant, airy venue offers spectacular views and is a popular place for private parties and weddings.

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Real Estate

UBC offers a mix of single-family homes, condos, townhouses, and apartment buildings. The average price for residential real estate in the area (condos, townhouses, or single-family homes) is $1,328,712, which is slightly less than the average price for residential real estate in Vancouver overall ($1,830,000). The population of the UBC neighbourhood is 16,133, and this has increased slightly over the past 10 years. Families make up 55% of the population here, 20% are couples, and 25% are single. The average annual income is $73,818, which is slightly below the average annual income in the city as a whole, and 57% of residents are university or college educated.


Pollution/ Noise

Due to its proximity to downtown Vancouver and the number of students and faculty travelling to the neighbourhood from other areas, UBC can sometimes experience air pollution from heavy traffic. There has been interest in promoting other forms of transportation, such as cycling, to help reduce some of the air pollution caused by vehicles. Noise can be an issue in the residential areas closest to the main roads in the neighbourhood.

Crime Rate

Because UBC is located on land that does not fall within a particular municipality, it is serviced by the RCMP, rather than the Vancouver Police Department. The most common types of crime occurring in the neighbourhood are assaults and theft. The neighbourhood is otherwise considered to be increasing in safety, due to a number of measures taken by RCMP and campus security.



Primary schools in the UBC neighbourhood include Norma Rose Point School and University Hill Elementary School, while secondary schools include University Hill Secondary School and St. George’s Senior School. Residents in the UBC neighbourhood can access a number of UBC faculties without leaving the area, including the Faculty of Dentistry, the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, the Sauder School of Business, the Vancouver School of Economics, and the School of Kinesiology. A number of private colleges are also in the area, including Regent College and Saint Mark’s College.

Public Transportation

UBC is a transportation hub, due to the need for students from all over the city to travel to the university’s campus, so a number of bus routes travel to and from the area. Routes include 4, 9, 14, 25, 33, 41, 43, 44, 49, 84, 99, 258, 480, N17, C18, C19, and C20. The UBC Loop includes most of these routes, and buses can provide access to rapid transit outside of the area.


Family Life

Beautiful greenspace is not hard to find in the UBC neighbourhood. Parks include the UBC Botanical Garden, which features over 50,000 plants from around the world, and offers programs, tours and walks, and events focused on botany; Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which provides 763 hectares of forest and shoreline, with plenty of opportunity to hike and explore, go horseback riding, cycle, as well as visit the beach along the shoreline (although, be warned that this beach area is clothing optional); and Spanish Banks Beach Park, with concession stands, washrooms, picnic tables, volleyball courts, kiteboarding, and off-leash dog area.

The UBC neighbourhood is also a great place for recreational activities. The Foreshore Trail is a scenic beach hiking trail that provides a challenging route along the west side of the UBC area. The trail connects to multiple beaches along the way. The Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre, a venue that hosts sporting events, concerts, and conferences, offers hockey programs for people of all ages, and also has an onsite sports shop. Swimming lessons and aqua fitness classes are on offer at the UBC Aquatic Centre, which features multiple pools, a hot tub, a steam room and sauna, as well as amenities such as locker rentals and a food and beverage kiosk.


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