149 East Pender Street is located in Vancouver Chinatown.
The culturally distinct neighbourhood is characterized by the historic street of East Pender and the active business district to the south.
Vancouver’s Chinatown is a popular attraction for local visitors and international tourists. It was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 2010 because it is one of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in the country, its physical fabric and its heritage value reflecting the evolution of the early Chinese community.
New and established local retail businesses and restaurants attract a broad mix of clientele that create strong energy in the area. The client base includes residents, businesses and visitors alike.
There is an estimated 29,254 people living within a 1 km radius of Vancouver Chinatown, with a higher proportion of residents in the 20-34 age group.
There are 420 business within the 10 block neighbourhood, with over 60 are food services: restaurants, bars, coffee shops.
Steps away are the City’s largest public venues – BC Place (54,500 seats), Roger’s Arena (18,910 seats) and Parq Casino.
The St Paul’s Hospital $2.2 Billion development of the 18.4 acre False Creek Flats directly south is scheduled to open in 2026 and will create an economic stimulus to Chinatown. It will employee 10,000 people when completed.
149 E Pender St Vancouver, BC V6A 1T6
2,559 sq ft