Western Canada’s largest and tallest mass timber office building will be built in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.
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The development application for 6538-6568 Oak Street calls for 18 units in four separate buildings, designed by Fougere Architecture.
TransLink is planning upgrades to the public realm around the Burrard SkyTrain station, including the creation of a new plaza.
Sales are now underway at Central Park House, Bosa Properties’ 41-storey tower in Burnaby, designed by international architects at Gensler.
The Province has announced $4.2 million worth of investment in mass timber construction, including a rental tower by Westbank in Vancouver.
Bosa Properties is planning a townhouse complex on a land assembly on West 49th Avenue, designed by Ekistics Architecture.
Reliance Properties is partnering with international real estate firm Hines to jointly develop a 32-storey office tower on West Pender.
A uniquely designed all-rental tower is slated for the corner of West 41st Avenue and Willow, designed by Arno Matis Architecture.
Vancouver-based GBL Architects recently completed Heather & Seventeenth, a 28,000 square feet mixed-use development in Cambie Village.
The City of Vancouver recently approved zoning changes to the south side of West 2nd Avenue in Mount Pleasant to encourage more employment space, and increase heights and densities.
PCI Developments is planning a six-storey, secured market rental building on the former site of a restaurant next to the Kootenay Bus Loop.
Joseph Richard Group has been announced as the operator of the upcoming Food Hall at QuadReal’s The Post development in downtown Vancouver.
A new short film, ‘Vantage’, imagines what life would be like in a miniature Vancouver, highlighting the details and movement of urban life.
North Harbour is Concert Properties’ upcoming waterfront community in North Vancouver. Phase one sales begin this summer.
CRAFT Beer Market in English Bay will officially open its doors on March 22, with 260 seats, including a 60-seat heated, year-round patio.