Housing Type

Housing Type

Multiple

Bedrooms

Bedrooms

Any

Price

Price

$0 - $4000+

Furniture

Furniture

Any

Pet Policy

Pet Policy

Any

About Vancouver, BC

The city of Vancouver is home to some of the liveliest most diverse communities in British Columbia. From heritage low and mid-rise apartment buildings in the West End to Yaletown’s converted warehouses and Coal Harbour’s glitzy condo towers, Vancouver boasts an eclectic mix of housing options. With great amenities, a great transit system, and thriving businesses, it offers residents a truly rich urban experience.

Sandwiched between some of the most beautiful forests, beaches, and mountains in the world, it's no surprise that Vancouver is consistently ranked among the top five best places to live. The Greater Vancouver area, with a growing population of 2,463,431 (as of 2016) also ranks in as the third-largest city in Canada, behind Montreal and Toronto.

Popular Neighbourhoods in Vancouver

Popular neighborhoods include Gastown, Downtown Vancouver, Yaletown, West End, Kitsilano, Mount Pleasant, Fairview, South Granville, UBC, Dunbar, South Vancouver, and Oakridge.

Local Landmarks in Vancouver

While Vancouver is known for countless picturesque attractions, some of it's most prominent landmarks include Stanley Park, Granville Island, Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver Art Gallery, Science World, English Bay, Kitsilano Beach, Victory Square, BC Place Stadium, Jack Poole Plaza, Vancouver Aquarium, and the Gastown Steam Clock.

Apartments for Rent Vancouver

Search for condos, townhouses, rooms, and houses for rent in Vancouver, BC on liv.rent. Finding apartments for rent near you has never been easier. Filter your search by price range (great for finding cheap apartments for rent), unfurnished or furnished apartments for rent, pet-friendly rentals, availability, and housing type. Options range from studio apartments and suites for rent to 1 or 2 bedroom apartment and 3+ bedrooms for rent.

Our Vancouver rental listings are updated in real-time and are current as of Dec 4, 2020.

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