Point Grey Village BIA consists of three blocks along West 10th Avenue on the western edge of Vancouver. Although it’s the city’s smallest BIA, it packs in a variety of boutique restaurants and shops, as well as professional services that cater to wealthy permanent residents and lower income University of British Columbia students alike.
One of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods, the area has a distinct, neighbourhood community look and feel, with primarily single detached homes lining the streets. Commercial buildings in the BIA reflect this smaller, primarily one- and two-storey, cozy atmosphere.
The village is a collection of old and new, with several long-term anchor tenants, neighbourhood branches of all the major banks, personal wellness services and restaurants, including no fewer than five sushi restaurants.