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|210 - 33660 South Fraser Way
Abbotsford, BC V2S 2B9
Take a step back in time, live the cultural life, or be a part of the latest trend. Established in 1891, Downtown Abbotsford is a historical area diverse with culture and home to over 225 businesses and services. It is one of the fastest growing communities in Abbotsford with many new developments on the horizon. Characterized with a mix of old and new, it has a variety of eateries ready to please your worldly tastes and interesting destination shops that will not disappoint when looking for that special find.
|200 - 1847 Marine Drive
West Vancouver, BC V7V 1J7
Established in 2016, the Ambleside-Dundarave BIA is an independent, non-profit association created by businesses to establish a unified voice on the issues that matter most. With over 600 businesses and property owners our objective is to make Ambleside, Hollyburn and Dundarave the shopping, dining and service destination of choice for West Vancouver residents. The ADBIA is a catalyst for creating strong economic vibrancy through advocacy, promotion, branding, events and partnerships.
Maureen O'Brien, Executive Director
|PO Box 57304 1109 Austin Ave
Coquitlam, BC V3K 0C9
The Austin Heights Business Improvement Association (AHBIA) is the first official Business Improvement Association (BIA) in Coquitlam. The AHBIA has made it their goal to develop Austin Heights as a community; to build on established relationships and build new relationships for a prosperous future.
Austin Heights is proud of its business owners! One of the more established neighbourhoods in Coquitlam, Austin Heights is conveniently located just off of Blue Mountain Street. This bustling commercial area offers an abundance of specialty businesses, professional services and delectable restaurants. Austin Heights is simply packed with local fare!
|4019 Hastings Street
Burnaby, BC V5C 2J1
The Heights Merchants Association is a Business Improvement Area (BIA), consisting of approximately 350 merchants and 150 property owners, that actively promotes the Heights, improves its physical attractiveness, organizes events, attracts shoppers and businesses to the area, solves problems and advocates on behalf of its members, implements plans for our neighbourhood’s future, and contributes to the community in multiple ways.
Along Burnaby's Hastings Street, from Gamma Ave to Boundary Ave.
|332 - 4501 North Road
Burnaby, BC V3N 4R7
The Burnaby North Road BIA is a Uniquely Cool blend of shops, restaurants and services from many cultures but perhaps is best known for being home to the largest Korean shopping district in the Province. Come and check out our amazing restaurants - you can 'Dine around the World on North Road'. With many new developments underway our area is booming, attracting people from the GVRD and around the globe who are looking for a place to call home. We are within walking distance to public and high schools and a short distance by skytrain to Simon Fraser University. Situated along a very busy North Road corridor at Lougheed Hwy, we are easily accessible by skytrain (just take the Lougheed stop) or car (close to Hwy 1/Brunette exit).
The Burnaby North Road Business Improvement Association is a not-for-profit organization that represents businesses and property owners along North Road in Burnaby. The Burnaby North Road BIA is committed to business development, promotion of the district, and the overall vitality of the area. Known as the largest Korean Shopping District in the Lower Mainland, we invite you to dine, shop and experience our area.
Come and visit the North Road BIA area. We are situated along North Road at Lougheed Highway and are part of the Lougheed Town Centre. Conveniently located on the Skytrain route at Lougheed Station, we offer unique dining and shopping experiences with over 20 International restaurants, a quaint Persian Quarter and the largest Korean Shopping Area in the Lower Mainland.
Contact Carolyn Orazietti, Executive Director
|378 - 3381 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC V5Z 4R3
Located on one of Vancouver’s primary heritage boulevards, Cambie Village extends from the Cambie Street Bridge to King Edward Street. The BIA is well connected to main transit lines, including the 99 B-Line and the Canada Line SkyTrain, granting visitors and residents alike convenient access from the Vancouver International Airport in the south to Downtown Vancouver in the north, and marking the centre of all east – west commutes. Being the geographic centre has earned the CVBA the title of “Heart of Vancouver.”
This bustling BIA has 55% of its businesses belonging to either retail or restaurant. The wide range of shopping covers everything from big box retailers to boutique shops.
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