Kitsilano is located in Vancouver’s West side. It boarders English Bay at the North, West 16th Ave at the South. Burrard Street at the East & Alma Street and a portion of Dunbar Street on the West.

1800 to 3000 block E/W
1000 to 3100 block N/S

Notable landmarks in Kitsilano include the Burrard Bridge, Kitsilano Beach, and the Museum of Vancouver/H. R. MacMillan Space Centre.


Kitsilano has Twelve parks including Tatlo Park, Volunteer Park, Margaret Pigott Park, Jean Beaty Park, McBride Park, Almond Park, Connaught Park, Arbutus Greenway Park, Rosemary Brown Park, Delamont Park, Hadden Park & Vanier Park. It’s also home to Kits Beach.

Residential Market Stats

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Tom Ikonomou: 778.879.8366

Tom is a degreed Real Estate Sales Professional with the resources necessary to protect your needs and guard your interests. All information provided by this author is only an opinion, is not guaranteed, may be based on information collected from several sources, and may be time sensitive. It is not necessarily representative of the opinions of RE/MAX City Realty..All Rights Reserved. ©Ikonomou Systems,

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