Central Lonsdale is located in the City of North Vancouver. It is built around the original main road of Lonsdale Avenue. The area between Keith Road and Highway 1 is considered the central part of this area. The City Hall, Public Library, Centennial Theatre are all located in this part of the city. If you want to be close to stores, restaurants, banks, services, medical professionals, hospital, this is the area to live in. Lions Gate Hospital is located just one block from Lonsdale Avenue and it is the on E. 15th St.
The area has several parks, recreation centre and play grounds that are frequently visited by the residents. The Harry Jerome Rec Centre is currently undergoing a major construction and a new centre is being built with pool, gymnasium and other facilities. Mahon Park is just a few blocks away from Lonsdale Avenue and it is favorite spot for families with kids together with Fen Burnett Stadium. It is easy to walk everywhere in Central Lonsdale and you can find trails close by that lead you to different areas of the city. There are many ethnic restaurant, pubs, coffee shops around Lonsdale, it is hard to pick one from Indian, Persian, Mexican foods or sushi restaurants, bakeries and specialty stores.
Central Lonsdale is easily accessible from the Lions Gate Bridge and the Second Narrows Bridge, from HWY 1 and public transport by bus or the SeaBus.
This area of North Vancouver is loved by seniors as everything is walking distance and medical services are located in the area. But the general area is preferred by many families with kids as well because of easy access to transit, great schools, playgrounds.
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Did you know?In the 1880s, Arthur Heywood-Lonsdale and a relation James Pemberton Fell, made substantial investments through their company, Lonsdale Estates, and in 1882 he financed the Moodyville investments. Several locations in the North Vancouver area are named after Lonsdale and his family. (Source: Wikipedia)