SOMA on Cambie — designed by GBL Architects — is now complete at West 62nd and Cambie, and stands out with its unique dark brick masonry.
The Paramount in Richmond has topped out, marking a significant construction milestone for the mixed-use project, designed by GBL Architects.
601 Beach Crescent will still be taller than its neighbour, Vancouver House, but the tower height has been reduced to 159 metres, from 163.
Vancouver-based GBL Architects recently completed Heather & Seventeenth, a 28,000 square feet mixed-use development in Cambie Village.
A land assembly across from Langara College will soon be redeveloped into a four-storey, mixed-use building, designed by GBL Architects.
Soroptimist International of Vancouver is planning to redevelop their property at West 13th Avenue with a 13-storey rental tower.
Alabaster Homes is proposing three condo buildings on a land assembly on Ash Street, near West 35th Avenue, adjacent to the Heather Lands.
A six-storey rental apartment building on the site of the Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood Liquor Store is moving forward.
Archetype, an upcoming mixed-use development by QuadReal and Hungerford Properties at East 1st and Main Street, is now selling.
A rezoning application for a 14-storey condo tower next to the Langara-49th Avenue Canada Line station is being considered.
Kirpal Properties has applied to rezone a site at 4330 Maywood Street in the Metrotown Downtown Plan area for a 24-storey tower.
A smart-looking market rental building is proposed for the corner of Knight Street and East 28th Avenue in east Vancouver, designed by GBL Architects and Considered Design Inc.
Anthem Properties is planning a 44-storey condo tower at Wilson and Central Blvd. in Burnaby, near the Patterson SkyTrain station.
GBL Architects’ design for a 9-storey social housing building near Commercial Drive is inspired by the Coast Salish basket weaving tradition.
A 15-storey rental tower is proposed at West 41st and Columbia, near Oakridge, designed by GBL Architects for Bogner Development Group.