Marine and Cambie Hub Aerial View

Neighbourhood Guide: Marine and Cambie Hub

Part of South Vancouver’s newest neighbourhood town centre, the W1 towers, located conveniently at the Marine and Cambie hub, offer both furnished and unfurnished 1, 2 and 3 bedroom options to the public.

W1 Towers Marine and Cambie Hub Vancouver Courtyard
Photo: W1 towers

These beautiful apartments are part of the successful transformation of the Cambie Corridor. This planned community has everything you need. Enjoy world-class amenities, stunning city-mountain views, and shopping and entertainment at your doorstep.

Here are some neighbourhood highlights:

Easy Transportation

The vibrant, safe and complete community is perfectly located at the gateways to Vancouver and Richmond. A fully integrated transit system offers tenants convenient and reliable access to all parts of the city using the Canada Line – an under and overground train.



North to Vancouver

Ø  3 min to Langara
Ø  5 min to Oakridge
Ø  10 min to Broadway
Ø  15 min to Downtown
Ø  17 min to Waterfront

South to Airport and Richmond

Ø  2 min to Great Canadian Casino
Ø  4 min to Richmond
Ø  12 min to YVR Airport
Ø  12 min to Maccarthur Glen Designer Outlets

There is also a Bike Mobility Centre, operated by the City of Vancouver, which offers a publicly-accessible bike storage facility and features bike repair services.

Besides the extensive and easy public transit options, Marine Gateway also boasts:

  • Electric Vehicles Stations: Several parking stalls with charging stations for electric vehicles.
  • Car Share: 3rd-party car share services have some designated spots
Transit near W1 Luxury Rental Suites
Photo: Evo Carshare


Marine Gateway boasts 240,000 SF of multi-storey retail, a 14-storey office building, 461 residential homes (market and rental) and gorgeous, landscaped gardens replete with meandering trails and numerous water features.

marine gateway retail near W1 luxury rental suites
Photo: Marine Gateway

The retail services include:

  • Entertainment 11-screen Cineplex VIP Movie Theatre
  • Fitness Steve Nash Fitness Club
  • Drugstore Shoppers Drug Mart
  • Banks TD, CIBC and BMO
  • Shops & Services Winners, BCAA Insurance, Marine Gateway Dental, Express News, Rogers Wireless and Sleep Country
  • Restaurants & Food  T&T Supermarket, Starbucks, Tim Horton’s, A&W, Subway, Menchie’s, Dublin Crossing, Pink Elephant Thai, Fresh Slice, Panago, Outtakes Backstage Bistro, Marine Gate Liquor Store


Pink Elephant Thai Vancouver
Photo: Pink Elephant Thai

In addition, you are 2 stops from Oakridge Centre – one of Vancouver’s best shopping centres. It is soon to be transformed into a spectacular community hub boasting more shops,  community amenities, a nine-acre public park and arts programming.

Get Outside

Though Marine Gateway is a vibrant urban neighbourhood, you can escape to more natural surroundings easily.  You are about 15 minutes away from Pacific Spirit Regional Park on the UBC peninsula. Here you’ll find an extensive trail system that winds its way through 750 hectares of new and old growth forests.  Just across the Fraser River in Richmond, you can enjoy the Sea Island Conservation Area and Iona Beach Regional Park while the city’s iconic Queen Elizabeth Park is a few stops North on the Canada line. Here you can enjoy beautifully landscaped gardens and a visit the tropical gardens inside the MacMillan Bloedel Conservatory.

MacMillan Bloedel Conservatory Grounds
Photo: MacMillan Bloedel Conservatory


There are a number of schools nearby conveniently accessible using transit.

  • Laurier Elementary and McKechnie Elementary are nearest public elementary schools.
  • Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School is the nearest high school.
  • Independent schools nearby include Vancouver Montessori School, Vancouver Hebrew Academy, King David High School, Glen Eden School, St. Anthony of Padua school and the Daisy Academy Montessori School
  • Langara is one stop away on the Canada line and UBC is easily accessed by Canada Line and the #49 bus from the Langara Station.
Langara College
Photo: Langara College

Be part of this emerging neighbourhood, apply now using to live in the beautiful W1 development and enjoy all the area has to offer!


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