It includes 101 purpose-built rental units available to UBC students, staff and faculty, and several new restaurants for the Vancouver campus.
Six years after purchasing the former home of the Catholic archdiocese in Vancouver, Amacon is moving forward with plans to redevelop the property at Cambie and Robson with a residential tower and hotel.
A site between the Metrotown and Royal Oak SkyTrain stations will soon be home to a 34-storey condo tower and a four-storey rental building.
The design, by GBL Architects, includes 62 strata condominiums, 6,000 sq ft. of ground floor retail and office space on the second floor.
The location of the tower has been shifted 21 metres north from the original application, to help reduce any shadowing on a nearby park, as well as mitigating impacts to views from adjacent residential towers.
GBL Architects has designed a four-storey strata condominium building for a corner lot at West 49th Avenue and Columbia.
The redevelopment of the former Harvey’s Furniture site on Kingsway will see two 10-storey residential towers connected by a podium.
Vancouver-based GBL Architects is celebrating the completion of Strathcona Village — a 300,000 sq ft. mixed-use light industrial, office and residential development on East Hastings Street.
The City of Vancouver’s affordable housing agency is planning a 26-storey tower and a six-storey midrise in the River District.
QuadReal Property Group and Hungerford Properties are the development team behind the industrial/commercial project at 220 East 1st Avenue.
Construction of The Smithe, a 27-storey mixed-use development at the corner of Cambie and Smithe, has reached grade. The development will contain 30,000 sq ft. of retail and office space in the podium, with 93 residential units.
Vancouver’s Urban Design Panel will meet next week to discuss Pinnacle’s proposal for a 54-storey tower at 601 Beach Crescent, next to the Granville Street bridge and adjacent to Vancouver House. The Special Higher Building Review panel will meet February 20 to discuss the tower, designed by GBL Architects and JYOM International of Shanghai, China.
Pinnacle International has filed a formal rezoning application for its upcoming 52-storey tower at 601 Beach Crescent. The tower is proposed for a slice of land on the east side of the Granville Street Bridge, adjacent to the Vancouver House development by Westbank. Together, the two towers will form a gateway to downtown Vancouver, although […]
A mixed-use development proposed for the corner of No. 3 Road and Cook Road, designed by GBL Architects, has passed the City of Richmond’s design panel and will head to the development permit board this fall. The striking four-tower complex named “The Paramount” will include residential, office and commercial uses. Three of the towers will […]
Richmond Centre mall will be transformed into a mixed-use retail and residential district with over 1,800 homes, open-air retail, new public plazas and streets. Cadillac Fairview, owners of CF Richmond Centre, have teamed up with Shape Properties and GBL Architects to redevelop the 27-acre site. There will be 12 new residential towers along No. 3 […]