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Yaletown, Vancouver, British Columbia
Yaletown is on the False Creek's waters edge of downtown Vancouver, a former rundown warehouse and garment district.
Its gentrification, started in the late 1980's, gradually transformed it into a trendy urban community with of residential and office space, cafes, restaurants and boutiques.
Its charm comes from its mixed-use character and unique architecture, which includes restored heritage warehouses and more modern buildings.
SOURCE: Tourism BC/Dannielle Hayes, courtesy of Canadian Tourism Commission.
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