Retail Story

Enjoy a boutique-style retail offering in a vibrant waterfront destination from sunrise to sunset.

Commitment to Art

At Grosvenor Ambleside, two of Canada’s foremost artists and modernists – West Vancouver residents Gordon Smith and Douglas Coupland – are celebrated.

Galleria

Experience artistic and musical performances under Grosvenor Ambleside’s expansive covered galleria.

Retail Story

Connect with a boutique retail offering in a vibrant waterfront destination from sunrise to sunset. Three Vancouver establishments will help to anchor a growing community of exceptional specialty shops and restaurants: Meinhardt Fine Foods, Heirloom Vegetarian Restaurant and a new, elevated concept by Earls Restaurants. All retail tenants are hand-picked by Grosvenor to ensure that Grosvenor Ambleside is cherished not only by its residents, but by the people and businesses that call Ambleside Village home.

Commitment to Art

Gordon Smith

Gordon Appelbe Smith, born in Hove, Sussex, England, is a renowned Canadian painter, printmaker, sculptor and teacher living in West Vancouver. A recipient of the Order of Canada, Gordon continues to work as both an artist and a mentor through the charitable organization he founded, the Gordon and Marion Smith Foundation for Young Artists. Gordon’s work is held in celebrated collections such as the Vancouver Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England.

I’m one hundred artists deep.

Gordon Smith, Artist

Douglas Coupland

Douglas Coupland is a celebrated Canadian novelist, visual artist and designer. His first novel was Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture. He is a recipient of the Order of Canada and has published 13 novels, a collection of short stories, seven non-fiction books, and a number of dramatic works and screenplays for film and television. Coupland’s novels and visual work synthesize high and low culture, web technology, religion and changes in human existence caused by modern technologies.

Not using all of your brain is a waste.

Douglas Coupland, Artist

Galleria

Grosvenor Ambleside will create an engaging place filled with music, art and life. Explore shops, restaurants and cafes at street level, and delight in public art. Wander through an impressive glass-covered galleria with a direct walking route from Marine Drive to Bellevue Avenue and open views to the waterfront. Take in outdoor performances programmed by the Kay Meek Centre for Performing Arts. It is all here at your doorstep.