Vancouver-based Westland is planning an ambitious condo and rental tower development in Burnaby, across from Metrotown on Beresford Avenue.
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The continuing redevelopment of shopping centres across the Lower Mainland, including Oakridge Centre, Lansdowne Centre, Brentwood Town Centre, Lougheed Town Centre and Metrotown, will bring thousands of new homes to the market.
In downtown Vancouver, luxury condominium towers designed by internationally-renowned architects, like Vancouver House by Bjarke Ingels, are transforming the skyline.
Hundreds of new projects launch every year across the Lower Mainland, from entry-level projects targeting first-time buyers in the suburbs, to luxurious, high-end tower homes west of Denman.
The application consists of a 30-storey east tower and a 34-storey west tower, with at-grade retail, in a spectacular, organic design.
Smart parcel lockers are proving to be an increasingly crucial amenity for residents of multi-residential buildings as parcel deliveries continue to skyrocket.
A single-family home just off Cambie Street at West 61st Avenue will be demolished to make way for a two-building, six-unit development.
The redevelopment will see an existing commercial building replaced by a 14-storey market rental tower and a 27-storey market condo tower.
A three-unit, strata-titled development proposal on East 8th Avenue near Nanaimo Street is a prime example of the gentle densification that Vancouver is striving to achieve in single-family neighbourhoods.
Intracorp, Forseed Group and CM Partners have unveiled their 55-storey tower proposal at 1045 Haro Street, designed by Patkau Architects.
Alabaster Homes is proposing three condo buildings on a land assembly on Ash Street, near West 35th Avenue, adjacent to the Heather Lands.
A proposal for a six-storey, mixed-use building at Cambie Street and West 59th Avenue is making its way through the rezoning process.
63 townhouses in 13 buildings are planned for Oak Street, between West 46th and West 49th, designed by W.T. Leung Architects.
The first phase of Centre Block in Surrey will consist of 1.4 million square feet of office and commercial space and an expanded SFU campus.
The City of Vancouver is contemplating major changes to social housing delivery in the West End in response to a changing condo market.
A new, 12,000 square feet Vancouver Public Library branch is included in plans for a 32-storey tower near the Joyce-Collingwood SkyTrain.
New details on the redevelopment of the 21-acre Heather Lands on Vancouver’s west side are now available to share.
Three single family lots at 319 W 49th Ave will be redeveloped into a four-storey building with 63 market condominiums.