Welcome to the Village

One of the world’s greenest communities, Vancouver’s Olympic Village was built to house the athletes of Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics. Positioned southeast of False Creek in Vancouver, this bustling community is home to some of the city's newest, up-and-coming restaurants and craft breweries. Explore what makes The Olympic Village a hotspot for locals and one of the city’s most coveted places to live.



The perfect spot for to grab a beer while overlooking False Creek and the downtown core, the Olympic Village claims some of the city’s best patios and craft breweries, like the Craft Beer Market, Tap and Barrel, Steel toad and more.


A good cup of joe is never far away when you’re in the Village. Stick to the classics with Starbucks, or sample some of Vancouver’s best coffee roasters, like JJ Bean and Rocanini.


Despite its size, the Olympic Village boasts a small, thriving retail community, including the likes of Terra Breads, London Drugs and Legacy Liquor – the largest private liquor store in British Columbia.


Explore the many parks, trails, community centers and seawalls in and around Vancouver’s Olympic Village. Nearby parks include Creekside Park, Habitat Island, and Hinge Park.


From Vancouver’s famous Science World and Alcan Omnimax Theatre to the Goldcorp stage at the BMO Theatre Centre, the Olympic Village is the perfect place to soak in Vancouver culture.


Cruise Olympic Village’s stunning seawall, start your day off with an early morning paddle board or yoga in the square. Check out ways to keep active in the Village.


Nurture yourself at one of the Village’s boutique beauty spas and wellness centres.