Central Lonsdale

Discover the benefits of living in Central Lonsdale, Vancouver

A vibrant and charming neighbourhood situated in the heart of North Vancouver - the perfect community for those who enjoy the city bustle but love the access to the mountains and outdoor activities.


Welcome to Central Lonsdale

Central Lonsdale is amongst the oldest "High Streets" in the Lower Mainland and connects Upper and Lower Lonsdale down to the Quay pier waterfront and SeaBus adjacent to the Shipyards District. Home to some of The North Shore's top restaurants, shops, cafes, businesses, and parks. Surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty, the area has much to offer singles and couples as well as downsizers looking to find the support of a great community network.

The vibe

Vibrant, full of life with everything you need just steps away.

Neighbourhood favourite

The Centennial Theatre with live music and shows.

Biggest perk

Easy access to the mountains and outdoor activities.

Fun fact

In 1984, Central Lonsdale became the birthplace of craft beer in Canada.

Why we love it

Snowy slopes, the ocean and forested trails right in your backyard.

Must visit

The Shipyards District where past meets present.

Central Lonsdale highlights

Experience the benefits of living in Central Lonsdale.


All the amenities you'll need, from pet care, shopping, dining, and more, at your fingertips.

Green space

Surrounded by parks and cycling trails, like John Lawson Park, Cates Park/Whey-ah-Wichen and Waterfront Park. 


This area boasts a vibrant, multicultural community with a high ratio of Middle Eastern residents.


Quick and easy access to the #1 Trans Canada Hwy and the downtown core.

By the numbers

Demographic information about Central Lonsdale.

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Neighbourhood population

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Median age

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Avg. household income

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Neighbourhood renters

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