The Cambie Corridor Condo Market is booming while it follows the Canada Line rapid transit into Richmond. Cambie housing data shows median days on market for a home is 36 days. There are new condo developments being built close to every skytrain station along Cambie street.
Cambie runs between one of the City’s largest parks on one side and the upscale neighbourhood of Shaughnessy on the other. Oak Street and Ontario Street serve as the west/east borders with 16th Avenue and 41st Avenue serving as the north/south boundaries. The southeast portion of the area is known as Little Mountain and is Vancouver’s highest point, as well as its geographical centre.
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