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Vancouver Acupuncture & Chinese Herbology Clinic

Bus Access:

Bus 10 - GRANVILLE/DOWNTOWN travels along Granville with stops near the new clinic location at 16th Avenue.

Bus 33 - 29 AVE STN/UBC travels along W. 16th Avenue westerly with a stop just outside Hycroft Centre at 16th and Granville. In the easterly direction, there is a bus stop at Marpole Ave. and McRae Ave., just on the other side of Granville St. from Hycroft Centre.


There are a variety of free, metered, and paid parking lot spaces in the neighbourhood.

There is free street parking on the south side of 16th Ave., and west of Granville. Going south on Granville, turn right immediately after 16th Avenue onto Marpole and then first right onto Fir and Cedar Crescent. Both Fir and Cedar have free parking and it is a short walk to the clinic at Granville and 16th.

There is 2-hour free street parking primarily on the west side of Granville on 13th, 14th and 15th Avenues, along with some metered spaces (be careful about permit only areas). There is also some 2-hour free street parking available along Fir St. from 15th Ave. to 13th Ave. Similar parking is also available along Pine St., a block farther away.

There are parking spaces with rush-hour time restrictions along both Granville and 16th Ave, as well as a few unrestricted metered spots for $2/hour on side streets on both sides of Granville from 13th to 15th Avenue.

There are pay parking lots on the east side of Granville.

· At Shaughnessy Mansions, between 14th and 15th Avenues, an underground DPS parking lot accessible from the alley costs $2/hour. There is an elevator on the P1 level.

· On 13th Avenue, an outdoor CIBC Customer parking lot costs $2/hour.

· The Shoppers Drug Mart at 13th Avenue has underground parking accessible from the alley $2/hour. If a $5 purchase is made at Shoppers, the first hour is free.

The Impark parking lot under the Hycroft Centre building itself is not recommended due to cost.