In 2013, as the Vancouver Art Gallery decided on a new home, local architect Tony Osborn unveiled a bold concept for the Granville Loops.
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.
Enhancements to the Granville Street bridge also include wider sidewalks, a new street network and traffic signals at the on and off-ramps.
The City of Vancouver is seeking proposals to develop a “gateway residential neighbourhood” on two parcels of land currently home to the Granville Loops. The property is available on a long-term, 99 year lease. The city plans to demolish the on and off-ramps to and from the Granville Street Bridge, and develop the land underneath […]