Yale town, located in the southeast of Vancouver, is a fashionable block with a history. Originally a dilapidated red brick warehouse, it has now been transformed into a new shopping and entertainment area and has become one of Vancouver's most fashionable landmarks. Roadside personality Cafe, creative restaurants, boutique shops, all show a strong yuppie flavor, while those unique style of small bars at night is a good place to enjoy music and alcohol.
Yale Town is a community, roughly surrounded by Fuxi, Lowson Street and Homer Street. Formerly an industrial area full of warehouses and railway rolling stock factories, the area was transformed into a high-density residential area after the 1986 World Expo. The former red brick warehouse is now one of Vancouver's fashion blocks, with art studios, designer stores, avant-garde boutiques, cafes and restaurant bars. From First Nation artworks to diamond bracelets, there are boutiques all over the place, which are perfect for tourists who want to find some unique or fashionable goods.
Yale Town is a famous street town in Vancouver. The price is reasonable, the seaside scenery is good, the transportation, shopping and dining are very convenient, and the last day of the trip and the small companions casually use the dream travel to find here, because it is relatively close to us, and it is very convenient to go back and forth.
A town on the edge of the English Bay, not countryside, but Vancouver's luxury residential areas, yachts, villas, beaches, high-end foreign houses. A casual house is worth at least tens of millions of dollars. People walking here should be well-off. In addition, it is not a closed scenic spot, free of charge.
The most convenient way to go to Yale is Skytrain and Seabus. This is the waterfront of Fuxi River. There are some coastal parks such as David Lam Park and CPR734 train in Roundhouse Community Center. This is Vancouver's first passenger train. Many senior white-collar workers live here, fresh and clean.
Yale Town is a community, surrounded by Fuxi Street, Lowson Street and Homer Street. It is a beautiful town worth visiting, especially clean, neat and refreshing. It is now one of Vancouver's fashion blocks. It is perfect for tourists who want to find some unique or fashionable goods.
There are many restaurants and bars, almost all of them are rebuilt by railway warehouses, even the original platform has become quite characteristic open-air teahouses. The old railways and antique locomotives displayed in the museum have become one of the landmark attractions.
In a modern metropolis, there is always such a place. Like 798 Art District in Beijing and Sanlitun Bar District, young people like a different idea, especially middle-class white-collar workers, who have different tastes of life in the past. So Yale Town in Vancouver is also a place that young people admire. It used to be the location of freight yards and Depots on the West Bank of the Canadian Pacific Railway. In 1986, Vancouver hosted the World Expo. The city government redesigned the abandoned old industrial area and turned it into a new residential area in order to keep up with the changing pace of the times. Yale Town's restaurants and bars are numerous, almost all of them have been rebuilt by old railway warehouses, even the original platform has been retained and become open-air tea houses. Every evening, Yale Town is very busy, restaurants and bars are crowded with people, as well as SPA Hall, as yoga, Taekwondo, karate, kendo, martial arts and other fitness clubs. At the same time, Yale Town is also Vancouver's multimedia, animation and art industry park, gathering a number of young digital artists.