Coal Harbour is often grouped in with downtown, but in truth this district of shiny condo towers and well-heeled residents has its own slick identity. Adjacent to the city’s financial district, Coal Harbour is a place for working hard and living well. Many residents occupy the high-priced condos part-time during the summer and decamp to warmer climes during the rainy season. Residents enjoy glittering ocean views and a picturesque marina quay. There’s also a seaplane terminal, offering quick connections to Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Downtown waterfront patio space is a coveted amenity, and Coal Harbour’s got plenty of it. From the seawall marina to Vancouver Convention Centre, there’s a patio for every occasion.
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"Our favourite thing about our home is the fact that it moves. The subtle movement makes it feel like a living thing. You feel connected to the water around you."
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