Landa Global has announced plans for a destination hotel, retail and residential development across from the Richmond Olympic Oval.
New hotels in Vancouver
News on upcoming hotel projects across Metro Vancouver, including projects from Four Seasons, Riu and others.
Cambie and 16th by Wesgroup has been submitted for a development application with the City of Vancouver, with a project launch expected soon.
Hallmark Hospitality is planning a new hotel at West Broadway and Laurel Street on the site of a former Earls restaurant (now New India Buffet).
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
Two concepts surface for the Bay Parkade site in downtown Vancouver, and one could include a new tallest building.
The redevelopment of the Park Inn hotel on West Broadway was approved unanimously by Vancouver city council Thursday.
The owners of CF Pacific Centre have announced the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver will be rebranded with a new “lifestyle hotel brand.”
Six years after purchasing the former home of the Catholic archdiocese in Vancouver, Amacon is moving forward with plans to redevelop the property at Cambie and Robson with a residential tower and hotel.
The developer of an upcoming six-storey condominium building at East 4th and Main Street is asking the city for the flexibility to convert the units into hotel rooms.
Part of the Anchor Point complex in downtown Vancouver could soon be redeveloped into a mixed-use hotel and residential tower.
Burnaby’s Lougheed Town Centre could soon be home to the tallest building in Canada west of Toronto, and eclipsing anything in downtown Vancouver.
The Greenbrier Hotel — an aging, three-storey hotel on a prime Robson Street corner — is up for sale.
Coromandel Properties is planning 427 purpose-built rental units, a potential hotel and commercial space on two properties it owns on West 41st Avenue near Cambie Street in Oakridge.
A new time-lapse video of the demolition of the Empire Landmark Hotel chronicles its step-by-step disappearance from the skyline.
Spanish hotel chain Riu Hotels and Resorts is actively searching for a site in downtown Vancouver, according to a recent media report in the Globe and Mail.