1100 sq feet of artist loft space in the center of Vancouver's hippest neighborhoods. Walk up Main st for great restaurants, Coffee, and fashion boutiques. Three blocks to Olympic village and the sea wall, A five min stroll to the great new restaurants and Buzz of Chinatown/Strathcona. Craft brew houses in all directions. When your done exploring, come back to our open and spacious Artist loft with West coast mid-century design. Relax in the king size bed or watch the mountains turn to gold.
Available for full calendar month rentals only. Bright, Open and modern. It is a great place set out to explore the city or just hang out and take in the creative feel of the building and the. Main st is filled with great shops and restaurants, head south for the heart of mt pleasant or north to discover Strathcona, China town and Gastown. The kitchen comes fully stocked to cook a fabulous meal, make a great pot of coffee or a breakfast smoothie in the blender.
While you are our guests the entire space is open to you. Please treat our loft as if it was your own. Netflix is free to use, just use the guest profile.
Общение с гостями
feel free to call or text Brent if there is any way I can help you while you are visiting us in Vancouver. If for some reason I don't answer, give Bonnie a call.
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The loft is available from the first of each month till the last day of the month. For full month rentals only.
Main Street named one of the coolest streets in North America
Vancouver’s own hipster haven – also known as Main Street – has been named among the coolest streets in North America.
According to a report by real estate firm Cushman and Wakefield, the comparatively inexpensive rent on Main Street has made it easier for unique, independently owned shops and breweries to emerge in droves.
“Cool streets” are defined by Cushman and Wakefield as a city’s focal point for arts, music, LGBT communities, and unconventional retail concepts. The competitive rents have made Main Street – and Mount Pleasant as a whole – a prime spot for redevelopment, according to Garrick Brown, vice president of sales at Cushman and Wakefield.
“The Mount Pleasant neighbourhood has seen a lot of growth in recent years and I expect to see it continue simply because of its affordability in comparison to the rest of Vancouver,” he says.
He adds that independent retailers remain at the heart of cool streets, but as mall retailers continue to flounder, they may flock to areas like Main Street to attract customers.
Here are Cushman and Wakefield’s coolest streets in North America, in no particular order:
Main Street/Mount Pleasant, Vancouver
Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Logan Square, Chicago
Silver Lake, Los Angeles
North Loop, Minneapolis
Roosevelt Row, Phoenix
Carytown, Richmond, Virginia
East Village, San Diego
Jackson Square, San Francisco
Delmar Loop, St. Louis
West Queen West, Toronto
Shaw, Washington, DC
Please treat our place as you would your own but feel free to enjoy it as you would your own.
This is a residential building with many long term tenants. Please respect their right to privacy and keep any noise low after 10 PM. Any noise complaint will result in a $200 charge to your damage deposit as that is what the strata will charge me. Thank you for your understanding.
There will be a $100 charge for not leaving the key upon departure, Sorry, this is how much I am charged for a new on
Bonnie, Bodhi (age 10) and I love the beach, playing music and seeing the world. our latest favorite place to visit is New Orleans. We are predominately vegetarian but with no judgement. In the evenings we can usaualy be found watching Movies or listening to records.