Vancouver-based Westland is planning an ambitious condo and rental tower development in Burnaby, across from Metrotown on Beresford Avenue.
Lougheed Village will be the largest, all-rental development in Metro Vancouver with the addition of three new high-rise towers by Toronto-based Starlight Developments.
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. is planning two six-storey buildings of social housing on a plot of green space on East Hastings, just east of Boundary Road.
Concord Pacific has released new renderings of their upcoming Concord Metrotown development, which will include B.C.’s tallest tower.
The iconic TELUS Boot office tower at Boundary and Kingsway on the Vancouver-Burnaby border could soon be joined by four new towers.
The SFU gondola project is seeking public input throughout September, with three routes proposed by TransLink.
The EA Burnaby campus will get a major expansion of office space, adding nearly 300,000 square feet in two new buildings designed by DIALOG.
The Grove Burnaby phase one heads to public hearing today, and will include two towers of 34 and 41 storeys, and non-market housing.
Kirpal Properties has applied to rezone a site at 4330 Maywood Street in the Metrotown Downtown Plan area for a 24-storey tower.
Concord Pacific is planning a 42-storey tower at Barker and Olive in Burnaby’s Central Park neighbourhood.
Qualex-Landmark is planning a 31-storey high-rise and five-storey, non-market rental apartment building to operated by the YWCA in Burnaby.
Take a photo tour of The Amazing Brentwood megaproject in Burnaby, which includes new outdoor retail, residential towers and office space.
In an ironic twist for TransLink, the zoning in Burnaby requires 183 parking stalls based on the site’s location within a town centre.
BlueSky Properties is planning a 34-storey, 100% rental tower at 5970-5994 Kathleen Street, just west of Willingdon and south of Kingsway.
BOSA Properties and BlueSky Properties are planning a 40-storey residential tower in Burnaby that the architect describes as “smart and sustainable, and a direct reaction to overly formulaic residential towers.”