In 2013, as the Vancouver Art Gallery decided on a new home, local architect Tony Osborn unveiled a bold concept for the Granville Loops.
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The City of Vancouver’s plan to remove the Granville Loops will see four new residential towers constructed, with condos, rental, social housing, retail space and a daycare.
The City of Vancouver is planning to close the gap in the Smithe Street bike lane, between Richards and Thurlow streets.
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.
A new school in Coal Harbour, with a childcare facility and social housing above it, is moving forward 24 years after it was first conceived.
The City of Vancouver is planning a new park at East 7th Avenue and Main Street and seeking public input.
Few areas of life haven’t been been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes the approval process for rezoning and development.
The City of Vancouver is moving forward with plans to develop a site it owns on the former CP lands, now part of the Arbutus Greenway.
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
Uber and Lyft should be operating in Metro Vancouver by Christmas, but Vancouver city council is already proposing a new fee to help counter congestion.
The City of Vancouver is planning to upgrade the bike route along Haro Street in the West End to meet AAA design guidelines. The work will take place next year as part of water main upgrades along the street, from Denman to Thurlow. According to the city, “the Haro Street Bikeway is expected to become […]
The City of Vancouver is gauging interest in allowing more housing in low-density neighbourhoods, but admits there are challenges with duplexes and basement suites.
If you’ve been around the Vancouver Art Gallery recently, you may have noticed the installation of several new digital advertising signs.
Despite softening prices and increased housing supply across Metro Vancouver, a new poll finds over 70 per cent of British Columbians are unhappy with government action on housing.