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The Cambie neighbourhood includes a lot of hub spots like QE park, and geographical little mountain which is the highest point in Vancouver. It also includes the traffic hub of the Cambie Street corridor running North South. This corridor has seen major transformation due to the skytrain Canada line in recent years. Much of the corridor has seen shifts in zoning and housing moving away from the traditional standard-medium lot single family homes into mid-rise multifamily residential buildings.
Cambie Street has built up into a busy commercial as well as residential corridor as planned by the city. The new developments in QE Park and Oakridge mall indicate that the future of this neighbourhood is forward thinking with walkable transport oriented living. There are many mid-upper scale low-rise and high-rise units and more are planned.
With QE Park, Riley Park, Douglas Park, VanDusen Gardens, there is no shortage of green space or activity in this area. There is also the lovely view of the North Shore Mountains at key spots along Cambie and the view of Vancouver from Little Mountain is spectacular especially when dining on top of Little Mountain.
|Hillcrest Park||Jogging, Playground|
|Nat Bailey Stadium||Dog Park|
|Prince Edward Park||Playground|
|Queen Elizabeth Park||Dog Park|
|Oak Meadows Park||Dog Park, Jogging|
|Oakridge shopping mall|
|Cambie 16th to 12th ave.|
|City Square Shopping|
|King Edward @ Oak St.||Corner mall with Safeway|
|Soho Tea Room|
|The KINO||spanish restaurant|
|Indian Junction||Bar & Grill|
|Las Torta mexican||Gourmet sandwiches|
|Queen Elizabeth Park||Zipline, conservatory, rose gardens, popular wedding spot.|
|The Park Theatre|
|The Last Serve||Bar @ Vancouver Raquets Club|
|VanDusen Botanical Gardens|
|The Duck Pond|
|Rose Garden QE Park|
|HillCrest Park and Aquatic Centre|
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