These new South Granville units are designed for the modern renter

Feb 7 2018, 1:46 am

Imagine waking up each day and feeling as though you’re on vacation — in a space that boasts luxe hotel vibes, condo-quality finishings, and a view you could never get tired of.

Well, early this summer, you’ll have the unique opportunity to enjoy this dream lifestyle for yourself. It doesn’t involve quitting your job and traveling. It’s experiencing what it’s like to live in Vancouver’s artsy South Granville neighbourhood, without the hassle of owning a place. That’s right; Art on 6th is bringing modern rental units to 6th and Fir and you’ll want them on your radar.

No exaggeration — these sophisticated rental units in the heart of Vancouver are set to encompass everything you’ve been looking for in the city. If you need a little more inspiration to register for the Priority List, here’s a look at some of the fabulous features that come with living at Art on 6th.


Living centrally in Vancouver is a luxury. But finding a place that suits your home and lifestyle needs can be a real challenge: No longer. Making a home at Art on 6th means you’re within walking distance of all the amenities you need, close to downtown and have easy access to bike lanes and a wealth of convenient transit options.

Plus, 1618 West 6th is at the intersections of three amazing Vancouver neighbourhoods: South Granville, Granville Island, and Kitsilano. On South Granville, AKA Gallery Row, you’ll find 16 exquisite art galleries and antique dealers, as well as the Arts Club Stanley Theatre. Granville Island provides access to some of the regions best produce and local craftspeople. And, Kitsilano boasts some of the City’s top restaurants, not to mention the beaches.


Suite rendering/Art on 6th

Chic, urban design is at the core of Art on 6th and allows the building to blend seamlessly with the vibrant surrounding area. The building features 97 brand new rental suites, including one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus a den, and two-bedroom units. Designed and built with sustainable practices and materials, most of the bright and airy rental homes at Art on 6th also have an amazing view. Each flexible living space is equipped an induction cooktop and an in-suite washer-dryer too, which makes your life that much easier.


One of the best things about living at Art on 6th is the fact that you don’t need a car to run daily errands. You can easily cycle downtown in 10 minutes along a mostly flat route with bike lanes. And since the rental building has a Walk Score of 97, it’s pretty much a walker’s paradise. As a resident of this building, you’ll have access to a bright, onsite fitness facility. Plus, you’ve got plenty of fitness centres in the area, including Cadence Cycling, YYoga, and the False Creek Community Centre. Art on 6th also offers onsite building managers, secure parking, bike storage, a guest suite for visitors, and plug-in stations for electric cars and bikes.


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If you love to live life to the fullest, you’ll be blown away by the myriad cultural and shopping options along South Granville, Fir, Burrard, West Broadway, and West 4th. You can shop at local boutiques, visit Granville Island to explore the Famers’ Market, dine at hotspots like Cactus Club, Rangoli, or The Farmer’s Apprentice, and grab a coffee and a treat at the likes of the Elysian Room or Beaucoup Bakery.

And let’s not forget about those art galleries. The Bau-Xi Gallery, Heffel Fine Art Auction House, and Marion Scott Gallery are just three of Granville Street’s many fine galleries. Plus, ARTWALK happens in the district every year!

The rental centre for these marvelous art-inspired units is opening soon and Art on 6th will be ready for occupancy this summer. Register for the Priority List to get all the details.

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