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|Address:||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.
|Address:||453 West 12th Avenue|
Vancouver, BC V5Y 1V4
Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) are specially funded business districts. The districts are managed by non-profit groups of property owners and business tenants whose goal is to promote and improve their business district. Vancouver has 22 BIAs. BIAs are active in their communities, promoting business, tourism, safety and street beautification.
Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) are specially funded business districts. These districts are managed by non-profit groups of property owners and business tenants whose goal is to promote and improve their business district. Vancouver has 22 BIAs. BIAs are active in their communities, promoting business, tourism, safety and street beautification.
|Address:||#300 - 3665 Kingsway|
Vancouver, BC V5R 5W2
The Collingwood Business Improvement Association recently renewed its mandate for a further 5 year term. The current board of directors have undertaken a new branding and image program called "Historical Collingwood Gateway Into Vancouver". As one of the main transportation corridors into Vancouver the Collingwood BIA is using transportation as its theme and has included a visual of the old Interurban into their new logo.
|Address:||Suite #4 - 1726 Commercial Dri|
Vancouver, BC V5N 4A3
The BIA includes businesses on both sides of Commercial Drive to the lanes East and West of the
Drive and extends from Grandview at the South to the lane North of Venables.
|Address:||Suite 325 1130 West Pender Str|
Vancouver, BC V6E 4A4
Located in the heart of Vancouver's cosmopolitan business district, the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA) serves a 90-block area that consists of 8,000 businesses, property owners and tenants - and attracts thousands of employees, tourists and shoppers every day. The DVBIA works on behalf of everyone who lives, works and enjoys themselves in downtown Vancouver, members, residents and visitors alike.
|Address:||PO Box 45072, 4326 Dunbar Stre|
Vancouver, BC V6S 2M8
The Dunbar Village Business Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring Dunbar Village is a desirable place to conduct business, live, work, play and enjoy through the cooperative efforts of its members and local government. The DVBA was formed in 2008 and is comprised of three geographically separate areas on Dunbar between West 16th and 19th, West King Edward and West 30th, West 38th and 41st, and on West 41st between Dunbar and Collingwood Street. Dunbar Village has a fascinating history and its residents recognize that their neighbourhood's value is comprised of more than strict boundaries along the shopping corridor. This history has been captured in The Story of Dunbar: Voices of a Vancouver Neighbourhood and can be found at your local library or purchased from Ronsdale Press.
The DVBA organizes a number of special events throughout the year with its largest in the early fall as a thank you to the community for supporting local businesses throughout the year. The community comes out in droves for the DVBA's Halloween event and trick or treat at the businesses in all three areas of Dunbar Village. At the beginning of December, holiday shoppers travel on a horse drawn carriage and enjoy hot chocolate and carolers who visit all the businesses along the way. Dunbar Village's hanging baskets and banners tie in all three areas of Dunbar and the BIA looks forward to brining holiday lighting to the area in the future.
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