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About Cambie

Cambie is a centrally located neighbourhood with something for everyone. One of Vancouver’s largest and most beautiful parks, Queen Elizabeth Park, borders this neighbourhood’s west side, while the Canada Line, one of the city’s skytrain line runs underground through it, providing residents with easy access to downtown Vancouver, Richmond and the Vancouver airport. Because of this, the residents are a mix of all ages, with housing for both renters and new homeowners.

Cambie Listing Reports


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Schools

Two elementary schools service Cambie: Emily Carr Elementary and Edith Cavell Elementary (191/978). Eric Hamber Secondary School (69/289) is one of the city’s most highly ranked public schools.

If you’re interested in bilingual options, there are three French immersion options in this neighbourhood: Rose-Des-Vents (130/978), the newer Ecole Secondaire Jules-Verne, and L’Ecole Bilingue (512/978) which is currently being renovated (2015).

Independent options are just a short drive away. York House (1/289) and Little Flower Academy (1/289), the city’s top ranked schools for girls are a short five-ten minute drive away. St. John’s (10/289), Vancouver College (13/289) and Crofton House (4/289) are also nearby.

Housing

Cambie’s housing market is a mix of upscale, single family detached homes, both character and modern, and rental properties that cater to demand for superior access to public transportation. The neighbourhood is almost an exactly 50/50 split of rental properties and owned property, however most of the homes sit south of King Edward on quieter, tree-lined streets, closer to parks, while the rental properties and apartments are below 25th avenue.

Location and Transportation

Cambie is centrally located in the city, sitting close to the border between the more bohemian East Vancouver and the quieter, more relaxed and affluent neighbourhoods of the west side. Cambie boasts access to the Canada Line Skytrain, a north-south, predominantly underground transit system that provides resident with quick and pleasant access to the downtown core, Richmond, the Vancouver Airport and South Vancouver’s neighbourhoods.

Cambie’s housing market is a mix of upscale, single family detached homes, both character and modern, and rental properties that cater to demand for superior access to public transportation.

Neighbourhood Highlights

South Cambie Village

A quaint set of stores just south of King Edward, running to the neighbourhood’s northern border at West 16th South Cambie Village is home to quaint coffee shops, neighbourhood bakeries, restaurants, interesting cafes, a movie theatre, one of the city’s only remaining video stores, and bars.

Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is one of Vancouver’s most beautiful parks, which sits on the highest point in the city. The park is home to a brand new community centre and pool, arboretum, rose garden, public art projects, The Quarry Gardens, The Bloedel Flower Conservatory, a fine dining restaurant, zip line, tennis, lawn bowling, a pitch and putt golf course, disc golf course and more.

Oakridge Centre

On Cambie’s southern boundary at West 41st Ave sits Oakridge Centre (formerly Oakridge Mall,) one of Vancouver’s most stylish shopping destinations, boasting over 150 stores and services. The mall also has a medical complex in its south tower and a public library and grocery store attached.

Market Report for Cambie

This is a Market Report for the Cambie Neighbourhood. This neighbourhood market report is a custom report which updates automatically with MLS data.

Cambie Market Reports


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