Yaletown was once the Western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway and a busy industrial area. Back in 1986 when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair, all that changed. Since then, Yaletown has been transformed into one of the city’s more sophisticated neighbourhoods. This area is filled with residential loft spaces, high-rise condos, cafes, restaurants, unique shopping, and leafy parks. Sitting along the south side of the downtown Vancouver peninsula, Yaletown is bordered by Homer Street, Robson Street and False Creek.