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Design of towers six and seven at Oakridge revealed

Westbank and Henriquez Partners Architects have submitted their development permit application for towers six and seven at Oakridge. Plans call for two residential towers, one 32-storey tower (building six) and one 17-storey tower (building seven).

BC Place stadium could get new name as PavCo shops naming rights

The provincial government is once again shopping around naming rights for BC Place stadium. In 2012, the BC Liberal provincial government scrapped a $35 million deal with Telus to rename the stadium to Telus Park because of the public's "strong attachment" to the BC Place name.

Could this be the design of Apple’s downtown Vancouver flagship store?

Speculation is heating up that a new retail building slated to replace the rotunda at CF Pacific Centre could be the long-awaited downtown Vancouver Apple flagship store.

Loblaws CityMarket announced as grocery partner at The Post

QuadReal Property Group announced Saturday the first confirmed retail tenant at The Post development in downtown Vancouver: Loblaws CityMarket. The grocery store will offer best-in-class...

Terracotta-clad office building planned next to Red Truck Brewery

A development permit has been filed for a seven-storey office building on the False Creek Flats. Triovest Realty Advisors (BC) Inc. is behind plans for the building at 339 East 1st Avenue next to Red Truck Brewery.

New I-1A zoning allows for eight-storey Mount Pleasant proposal

An eight-storey, mixed-use building is proposed for the corner of East 3rd Avenue and Quebec Street in Mount Pleasant, under the city's new I-1A zoning.

Saputo’s Burnaby milk plant sold for $209 million, new town centre envisioned

It was one of the top land deals of 2018 in Metro Vancouver, and the sale of the Saputo milk plant in Burnaby is set to transform the area around Sperling-Burnaby Lake SkyTrain station.

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