Bordered by False Creek, Homer st and Robston St, this area is filled with urban greenspace. Prior to the expo convention in 86 Yaletown Yaletown was primarily industrial train yards and warehouses. After one of the largest urban regeneration projects in North America, Yaletown has been distinguished as one of the best places to live in the world offering waterfront and marina views, parks, high rise apartment blocks, and converted heritage buildings. The hub of Yaletown / Roundhouse sky train station brings a steady flow of people, airport arrivals, briefcase toting professionals, and residents of other Vancouver areas. There is a cool mix in Yaletown that keeps it alive everyday, that wakes you with a breath of fresh air everyday. If that isn’t enough, take a look outside, even on a rainy day you will see determined enthusiasts running/ biking the sea wall. Early February, you will catch rowers in False creek, T-Shirt bound, we can only imagine what they are training for? Next race or personal best, where else in Canada can you find this active lifestyle in Vancouver. Line-up early for lunch at Tacofino or catch an early dinner at one of the many Happy Hours offered from 3 – 5pm on Mainland or Hamilton st. Personal Favourite, Wild Tails.