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University District

Study, work, travel, and live close to campus.

Located just south of UBC Okanagan and minutes away from Kelowna International Airport, the University District is an off-campus neighbourhood that features large contemporary-style homes and several affordable multi-family units with a West Coast appeal.

Students and staff can circumvent Highway 97 traffic by biking, walking or driving on newly constructed roads to the UBCO campus. Simultaneously, the Okanagan Rail Trail offers an alternative walking and cycling transportation route south into Downtown Kelowna.

Nearby, Airport Village has everything from a Starbucks to a three-star hotel, along with shops, restaurants, and a grocery store.

University District Fast Facts


Neighbourhood In The News


JAN 15, 2021

UBC Okanagan building new research facility with federal funding

"The Okanagan university received $1.9 million from the federal government for the new innovation hub"

SOURCE: Global News


News topics and articles are updated periodically

What Locals Say

Don't take our word for it. We asked local residents for their feedback about this neighbourhood. This is what they said...

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Okanagan Golf Club is a very beautiful

- Via Google

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It was a nice area to live while going to school

- Via Google

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Great location. Takes me less than 10 minutes to walk to the UBCO campus [From U-Two]

- Via Social Media

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Stellar views

- Via Social Media

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The views and opinions expressed above are held by the original authors. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Lora+Christy team.

Lora + Christy's Take

"If you are an investor, this area should not be overlooked. It is also home to the Okanagan Golf and Country Club and Quail Ridge popular for golf enthusiasts and retirees. If you regularly commute using YLW or want a recreational golf property then this area is a must see."