Straddling False Creek, these opposite shoreline neighborhoods exemplify Vancouver's development in recent decades. A former rail-yard and warehouse district on the edge of downtown, Yaletown is lined with chic restaurants and boutiques. Across the water, Granville Island was a grungy industrial area before being transformed in the 1970s into a haven of theaters, artisan studios and the best public market in Western Canada.
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