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Try as we might to narrow down our “best neighbourhood” criteria to a few universal factors—as we did in this year’s Neighbourhood Ranking—the fact is that neighbourhoods can be beloved for reasons that are not necessarily one-size-fits-all. So we’ve done some further calculating to offer some data-based suggestions for finding the right ’hood for your lifestyle.
54 percent of Railtowners are unattached: chat up that cutie at Ask for Luigi.
South Granville residents had the highest voter turnout at the last provincial election: 67 percent made it out to the polls.
The people of Dunbar are the most educated lot—66 percent of the adult population rocks a post-secondary degree.
Gastown has 150 restaurants and coffee shops per 10,000 people. (No stats so far on how good the lighting in each is for Instagram shots, though.)
There are 6.3 pet care services or vet clinics per 10,000 people in South Cambie , so a medical professional or solid grooming session are always within paw’s reach.
With tons of green space, long-term residents and an educated population, Seymour/Deep Cove is the most livable neighbourhood on the North Shore.
People like to settle in and stay awhile in Hastings-Sunrise : 65 percent of residents have lived in the same home for at least five years.
Kids rule in West Point Grey (as do schools and parks): 15 percent of the neighbours are under the age of 15.
The vast majority of Gastownians have ditched their wheels: 74 percent of them bike, transit or walk to work.