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Living at UBC

UBC has become more than a campus in recent years. Significant development has transformed it into a neighbourhood in its own right, one that’s both exclusive as well as a stop on the way to the Lower Mainland’s coastal frontier. Perched on the bluffs of Point Grey, UBC has a commanding view of the Strait of Georgia – part of the Salish Sea – and a pretty stretch of coastal rainforest and marshland on its doorstep.

To live at UBC is to be in touch with nature, and oriented to the rhythms of the academic year – rhythms that can’t help but lift your thoughts higher. Buffered from the rest of the Lower Mainland by the University Endowment Lands and Pacific Spirit Regional Park, UBC really is a world unto itself, and yet it doesn’t lack for services. The development of Wesbrook Village has brought a full-service supermarket to campus, and the restaurants and coffee shops present in other Vancouver neighbourhoods are here, too. While community life is governed separately from the rest of Vancouver, the campus could easily be a slice of West Point Grey or Kerrisdale.

What makes UBC different is the proximity to parkland and cultural attractions such as the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Anthropology and the UBC farm with its weekly farmers’ market. Residents, many drawn by the university, come for the civilized appeal of the area – and also the chance to wander the forests and beaches that surround it. Point Grey’s foreshore offers plenty to see, from marine traffic to bird life; the forests of Pacific Spirit are a getaway with trails that serve as a labyrinth, inducing a calm, meditative state.

Townhomes and condos dominate the housing stock, making for compact communities that encourage people to know their neighbours. Many properties are also built on land under long-term lease from the university. While this may not be a consideration now, it’s a quirk of development here worth knowing about.

If you’re keen on campus living, either as someone affiliated with UBC or keen to be in the heart of academic excellence, this is the milieu for you.

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