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The waterfront offers not only beaches and park spaces, but it also supports the marine activities of the Jericho Sailing Club
The first zoning bylaw, passed in Point Grey in 1922, prevented the development of anything except detached homes and their related outbuildings. Zoning bylaws have changed since that time but the majority of dwellings in Point Grey are still single-family detached homes, with prices in the upper range.
There has been a recent push for increased density in this area in order to provide alternative and affordable housing. The challenge has been to try and satisfy both the concerns of the current residents and the needs of the new comers. The planning that has been developed is innovative. The main corridors of the area will be lined with denser strata properties. The propensity will be for street-level commercial units with residential strata-titled properties above. The success of this initiative has given a boost to not only the commercial corridors of Point Grey, but also to the hopes of many people who have wanted to be able to experience all that Point Grey has to offer.
Point Grey is a year-round destination for nature lovers. The waterfront is lined with spectacular beaches such as Jericho, Spanish Banks and Locarno, where residents and visitors can enjoy sunbathing, picnicking, biking, walking, sailing and more. The waterfront offers not only beaches and park spaces, but it also supports the marine activities of the Jericho Sailing Club (with one of the best “view” cafes in town – the burgers are good too) and the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. The Jericho Tennis Club is also a significant recreational facility on the waterfront, and the Brock House offers elegance to anyone who wishes to experience it.
The magnificent Pacific Spirit Park offers over 55 km of trails for nature hikes, dog walking, biking and horseback riding, spread out over a 1,885 acre area.
The West Point Grey Community Centre consists of six buildings including a former carriage house and a stable that has been converted into one of the city’s best-equipped pottery studios. Residents can enjoy a multitude of activities at the community centre such as swimming, tennis, arts and crafts, foosball and pool, as well as summer camps for children.
The Jericho Arts Centre (JAC) is operated by the West Point Grey Community Association in partnership with the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and United Players, the resident theatre company offers an exciting 5-play season. JAC is a 135-seat performance venue located off NW Marine Drive near Jericho Beach in the heart of Vancouver’s Westside. JAC is also the home of Theatre Terrific, a non-profit theatre company for youth and adults with mental and physical disabilities. Theatre Terrific enables people with disabilities to participate in Vancouver’s vibrant theatrical community.
The table shown below is a current snapshot of all the active listings in Point Grey, segmented by residential property types. The second column is a calculation of the current median asking price, while the third column is the summed total of all active listings for the related property type. Please note that this table is updated every 24 hours.
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The MLS® HPI Benchmark Prices shown below represent the current expected sales price for a typical or “Benchmark” home in a given neighbourhood.
The MLS® HPI takes into consideration what averages and medians do not – items such as lot size, age, number of rooms, etc. The most commonly traded set of these attributes describes the composite of the typical or ‘benchmark’ property type in a given area. Prices paid for homes with these attributes determine benchmark home prices.
The MLS® Home Price Index is modelled on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) which measures the rate of price change for a basket of goods and services including food, clothing, shelter, and transportation. Instead of measuring goods and services, the HPI measures the change in the price of housing features. Thus, the HPI measures typical, pure price change (inflation or deflation).
The graph below charts the historical Home Price Index over a 3 year period.
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