Embraced by the West Side

Set in a neighbourhood with natural personality, Astrid welcomes you to a way of life that epitomizes the West Side. Here, the renowned shopping and restaurants of Cambie Village are just steps away and the King Edward SkyTrain Station makes the rest of the city tantalizingly close. Paired with its proximity to acclaimed schools and colleges, VGH and BC Women’s Hospital Health Centre, and the recreation of Queen Elizabeth Park, Astrid gives you effortless convenience in the heart of the city.


Shopping, Dining & Entertainment

Along with being just steps from the local shops, restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, small eateries, boutiques, and conveniences of Cambie Village, Astrid is also just down the street from Oakridge Centre.


From elementary schools like Emily Carr and Edith Cavell Elementary for the little ones, Eric Hamber Secondary School, Rose-Des-Vents and Ecole Secondaire Jules Verne, and private schools like York House, St. Georges Academy and Little Flower Academy – the educational landscape surrounding Astrid are second to none.


There’s a wealth of park space and natural recreation surrounding Astrid. Douglas Park and Community Centre, Riley Park and Queen Elizabeth Park are within walking distance. So whether it’s soccer, baseball, field hockey, football, walking, jogging, track, walking the dog, or you just want to spend some time outside - the recreation opportunities are endless.


Just steps from the King Edward SkyTrain Station, Astrid is effortlessly connected to the rest of the city. Its proximity to Cambie and the East-West connectors of West 16th Ave and West 41st Ave easily transports you to UBC and Langara College.

Take a tour of the home you’ve always dreamed of