HousingCondos$100M condominium development on Moodyville Park breaks ground

$100M condominium development on Moodyville Park breaks ground

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‘Viewpoint’ by Ben Reeves lights up The Smithe tower

Viewpoint, an illuminated public art piece by Vancouver-based artist and educator Ben Reeves, now lights up the corner of Cambie and Smithe.

Construction on a $100-million condominium development in North Vancouver is officially underway.

Green on Queensbury is made up of three, four-storey buildings with a total of 164 units, including apartment condos, garden homes and two-level townhomes ranging in size from 517 to 1,546 sq ft. The project is already 80 per cent sold.

The development is located adjacent to Moodyville Park, which is on a hillside between Low Level Road and East 3rd Street.

It’s the first large-scale, parkside development in North Vancouver, and Qualex-Landmark is contributing approximately $3 million towards the revitalization of Moodyville Park.

Moodyville Park commemorates the very spot where North Vancouver’s first European settlers worked and lived, and where a large sawmill was once located.

Green on Queensbury groundbreaking
Architects, builders, and the Mayor conduct groundbreaking ceremony for $100 million North Shore condominium project from Qualex Landmark. (L-R) Mike Derksen, associate ,PFS Studio landscape architects, Stu Lyon, principal, GBL Architects, Mohammed Esfahani, president, Qualex-Landmark, Mayor Darrell Mussatto, City of North Vancouver, Marco Paolella, president, Marcon Construction. Credit: Qualex-Landmark

“This is a milestone moment for Moodyville,” says City of North Vancouver Mayor Darrell Mussatto. “Green on Queensbury is one of the first new developments that will reshape the community by increasing housing supply and revitalizing Moodyville Park.”

The project is being developed by Qualex-Landmark, and is targeting a LEED Gold standard (Multi-family mid-rise green building category).

The building was designed by GBL Architects, with landscape architecture by PFS Studio. Marcon is the builder and interiors were designed by Cristina Oberti Interior Design.

More information is available at qualex.ca/green/

Green on Queensbury interiors

Green on Queensbury living room
Interiors were designed by Cristina Oberti Interior Design. Credit: Qualex-Landmark
Green on Queensbury kitchen
Kitchen in light colour scheme. Credit: Qualex-Landmark
Courtyard at Green on Queensbury.
Bedroom. Credit: Qualex-Landmark


Green on Queensbury bathroom
Bathroom. Credit: Qualex-Landmark

Green on Queensbury exteriors

Green on Queensbury balcony
Outdoor space. Credit: Qualex-Landmark
Green on Queensbury street view
Rendering of project. Credit: Qualex-Landmark
Green on Queensbury location
Location overlooking Moodyville Park. Credit: Qualex-Landmark

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