Coal Harbour is comprised of 23 acres stretching from Canada Place to Cardero Street along the Burrard Inlet shore. Coal Harbour, and the Bayshore Gardens development to its west, were amount the first residential neighborhoods built along Burrard Inlet. However, in more recent years, continual high end residential development and growth has continued to push Coal Harbour further east towards the Financial district.

Coal Harbour condos offer great views of the North Shore mountains, Stanley Park, the local Marina, Lions Gate Bridge and east to Canada Place and the port beyond.

The extensive world-renowned 1000 acre Stanley park seawall path circumnavigating the city, can be easily accessed by fitness enthusiasts and nature lovers living in the area. The park’s many attractions include walking, cycling, and roller-blading trails, formal gardens, tennis courts, 3-par golf, swimming, a children’s water park, and the Vancouver Aquarium. Several restaurants offering an array of gourmet and casual dining options can also be easy accessed via the Coal Harbour seaside walk.

In addition, the Coal Harbour Community Centre, the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre, and the Westin Bayshore Hotel and Conference Centre, together offer a range of services from fitness classes and spas to meeting rooms and hospitality suites.

Float plane service from the foot of Burrard Street allows Coal Harbour residents a convenient means of reaching Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and points beyond. Vancouver's downtown heliport is also just minutes away--making Whistler, Victoria and Seattle a short helicopter commute from home.

Some of the cities finest retail stores are only a few minutes walk away on Robson Street. Live theatre, art galleries, sports events, and nightclubs are a short jaunt away.

With its close proximity to Stanley Park, Denman Street, Robson Street and Vancouver's financial core, Coal Harbour is fast becoming one of Vancouver's preferred neighbourhoods.


  • Stanley Park Seawall – A 5.5 mile (8.85km) perimeter seawall extending from Coal Harbour to English Bay and beyond. Visitors and residents alike make this outdoor recreational facility the most popular activity in Vancouver

  • Ted and Mary Greig Rhododendron Garden - At the Park's heart is the formal Rose Garden surrounded by mass perennial plantings looking their very best from April through September.

  • Bathing beaches (Second and Third Beach), children's water park, a heated ocean-side swimming pool – all located within the Parks boundaries

  • The Vancouver Aquarium – located only 15 minutes walk from downtown Vancouver.

  • Stanley Park Pitch & Putt & Putting Green - offers sculpted fairways, mature trees and lush greens in a spectacular setting alongside English Bay. Minutes from the downtown core, with easy access along Lagoon Drive.

  • Canada Place – where cruise ships dock, departure point for small sea boat tours, North shore/Vancouver Seabus terminal, and the start of Vancouver famous seaside walkway thru Stanley Park.


  • Fish House Restaurant - 8901 Stanley Park Drive Toll Free: 1-877-681-7275 Phone: (604) 681-7275

  • The Mill Marine Bistro, Bar & Dock - 1199 West Cordova St. (North foot of Bute, on the waterfront) Phone: 604.687.MILL (6455)

  • Prospect Point Lookout - 2099 Beach Avenue, Stanley Park, Phone: (604)-669-2737

  • Sequoia Grill – Ferguson Point, Stanley Park Drive Phone : (604).669.3281

  • Raincity Grill - 1193 Denman St Phone: (604)685-7337

  • Lift Bar Grill View - 333 Menchions Mews Phone : (604) 689-5438

  • Cardero's Restaurant And Marine Pub - 1583 Coal Harbour Quay Phone: (604) 669-7666 Fax: (604) 669-7609 (fax)


  • Denman Street – restaurants, banks, coffee shops, movie theatre

  • Robson Street- Safeway Supermarket, clothing stores, restaurant, boutiques