EighT premium Ground floor retail shops will transform a full block of Broadway into a new retail destination.

For over two decades, Mount Pleasant has been home to a vibrant lifestyle, and now, one of Vancouver’s most vibrant neighbourhoods is poised for unprecedented growth. With the announcement of the Broadway SkyTrain Extension and the City of Vancouver funding commitment and rezoning confirmation to support the creation of “Vancouver’s Second Downtown”, this upcoming city centre will become the new economic heart of the city.

Today, Mount Pleasant is seeing unprecedented growth with the Broadway Corridor Plan, and multi-family residential developments are bringing new home owners and new purchasing power to the area.

Well-educated and well-employed, Mount Pleasant residents have the highest spending power in Vancouver. The increased residential density and urbanization will drive demand for commercial enterprise.

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Neighbourhood aerial rendering
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Surrounded by many of the city’s most popular independent restaurants, craft-breweries and coffee shops, this highly-discretionary, quality-driven group spends where they live, and The Saint George is perfectly positioned to connect with consumers in this high-traffic, dynamic setting.

The Saint George can be easily reached on foot, by bike, on transit or in a car. Walking distance to long-established, residential and commercial zones, it is adjacent to the CoV bike lane network, and has Broadway bus transit outside its door. Broadway-City Hall and VCC Clarke LRT Stations can be reached on foot as will the future Main Street Station.

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A short walk to the north of The Saint George, the False Creek Flats are home to some of the city’s most prominent tech, education and business operations. Dubbed “Silicon Valley North”, the area has welcomed the Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Lululemon HQ and the Centre for Digital Media. And growth will continue, as the area is slated to become the new location for the St. Paul’s Hospital and Health Campus.

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Blossom + Vine

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