The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association has released their new vision for Granville Street.
Urban planning in Vancouver
News on major planning projects across Metro Vancouver, such as local area plans.
In the City of Vancouver, a number of major planning processes are underway, including the Northeast False Creek plan, which will see the removal of the Dunsmuir and Georgia viaducts, and a new neighbourhood developed with thousands of homes, retail and park space.
The False Creek Flats area will also transform dramatically in the coming years. St. Paul's Hospital will relocate from Burrard Street to a new location off Station Street, and a new arterial road will connect Clark Drive to Pacific Boulevard.
Oakridge Centre will undergo a dramatic transformation from a traditional shopping centre to a mixed-use, high-density neighbourhood with expanded retail space, thousands of new homes and civic amenities.
In downtown Vancouver, the impact of the West End Plan is already clear, with new tower proposals on Davie and Robson streets. Several high-end luxury towers are proposed for West Georgia between Denman and Cardero as well, including on the site of White Spot, and on Alberni Street.
There’s now a plan for redevelopment of the Balfour Block, one of the most coveted sites in the Cambie Corridor.
The City of Vancouver has announced a public consultation on the future of False Creek South, between the Cambie and Burrard Street bridges.
The changes would remove the rezoning requirement for social and co-op housing across Vancouver, saving one to years in the development process.
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.
New details on the redevelopment of the 21-acre Heather Lands on Vancouver’s west side are now available to share.
Development of the Harbourside Lands in North Vancouver is moving forward, with new renderings released by Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership.
We are learning more about Concord Pacific’s plans for the former Molson Brewery site in Vancouver — dubbed Quantum Park.
The iconic TELUS Boot office tower at Boundary and Kingsway on the Vancouver-Burnaby border could soon be joined by four new towers.
The developers behind the massive reimagining of Oakridge Centre are seeking additional tower heights through a new rezoning application.
A presale presentation centre for Little Mountain is in the works, signalling the start of market housing construction on the site.
In a major property transaction, the St. Paul’s Hospital site at 1081 Burrard Street has been sold to Concord Pacific for nearly $1 billion.
A consortium of major developers are planning to build 4,000 homes in towers up to 36 storeys around the Moody Centre SkyTrain in Port Moody.
Take a photo tour of The Amazing Brentwood megaproject in Burnaby, which includes new outdoor retail, residential towers and office space.
Few areas of life haven’t been been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes the approval process for rezoning and development.