In the Heart of UBC’s Wesbrook Village

Academia might be the first thing that comes to mind when considering an urban village built adjacent to one of BC’s most prestigious Universities. With roughly 20,000 faculty and 65,000 students, a neighbourhood providing housing to such a population (but not limited to) is sure to be dynamic. Wesbrook Village stretches across 114 acres of University of British Columbia’s (UBC) south campus with residential towers built around an amenity-rich central hub, a myriad of parks, and the nearby earthy amenities. With such a bustling community, Wesbrook is attracting students, faculty, families, retirees, and investors; the resulting energy is contagious.
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Tsawwassen – Beach Town Meets Urban Amenities

As recent as five years ago, Tsawwassen of South Delta was largely considered a quaint suburbia, doubling as a thoroughfare to one of BC Ferries’ busiest terminals by the same name. However, surrounded by Boundary Bay and the Strait of Georgia, in combination with its strong cultural heritage, Tsawwassen is quickly being re-discovered. Recent and robust development in the Tsawwassen area certainly reflects the magnetic draw the growing oceanside community has for those looking for a place to call home.
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