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Community Location
Vital Statistics

Legend:
    - Coal Harbour
    - All of Vancouver City

Population Density (x 1000/sq km)
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10
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Average Rent (x $100 )                 
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Crime Rate (per 1000 pop.)              
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Avg Household Income ( x 1000) 
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Type of Housing Ratio

- detached     - low-rise     - high-rise
Dwelling Type Ratio

- rentals    - owner occupied
Language Ratio (mother tongue)

- English    - Chinese    - other
Age Groups

- under 19  - 20-39  - 40-64  - over 65

Coal Harbour

Coal Harbour is Vancouver's newest waterfront community located between Stanley Park (West) & Burrard St. (East) and between the Coal Harbour Waterfront (North) & Robson St. (South). This one time industrial area complete with railway yards, float plane terminals, and parking lots, has been magnificently transformed into an upscale high rise condominium district with spectacular views of the North Shore Mountains. While mainly a residential area, there are a few office towers and businesses that blend in nicely with the surroundings.

As Coal Harbour is a waterfront community, you can find private and public marinas, rowing and boating clubs, and a seawall with fine restaurants and cafes with waterfront patios. These characteristics are unique to Coal Harbour and rarely can be found so close to a bustling city centre. As well as having these waterfront characteristics, Coal Harbour has many if not all of the regular attributes a community should have, such as grocery stores, doctors, shops, and a community centre.

Since Coal Harbour was resurrected in the early 1990's and is a relatively young community, it continues to grow and add to its already full landscape. New condominiums with street level businesses are being built everywhere you look. As well Vancouver's new convention centre is being built on the water, literally, and this massive and beautiful facility is to be completed in time for the 2010 Olympics being held in Vancouver and Whistler.


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