Olympic Village Tours

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Vancouver’s Olympic Village, coming in at over 1,000,000 square feet in size, was built for the Winter Olympics and Paralympics hosted in the city in 2010. 1,000 units accommodated nearly 3,000 athletes, coaches, and personnel during the games. Construction took place over three years, and it is now a housing and retail space with a community center. It is one of the greenest building structures in the world, granting Vancouver its reputation as a leader in sustainable living. Built mostly in steel, the many elegant towers stand as modern icons of a growing city. The Olympic Village area is growing in population and popularity as a result.

The neighborhood has a variety of excellent restaurants, as well as paths for walking and seafront views of the water. A walk along the seawall can run scenically alongside Vancouver's inner coastline from Coal Harbour to Kitsilano Beach.

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Olympic Village is situated on the shore at the east of False Creek along the Seawall Promenade. Its location is central and accessible by the Granville Island Heritage Railway, Spyglass Place pedestrian ferry wharf, and the Main Street and Olympic Village SkyTrain stations.
Address: 1693 Manitoba St, Vancouver BC V5Y 1A6, Canada
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