A 24-storey office tower is proposed atop a heritage building on Granville Street near West Pender Street.
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Westbank has flipped an upcoming residential tower at Joyce SkyTrain station to 100 per cent rental, and added four additional floors.
Westbank and Crombie REIT have revised their ambitious plans for Broadway & Commercial, significantly boosting the number of rental units.
A consortium of major developers are planning to build 4,000 homes in towers up to 36 storeys around the Moody Centre SkyTrain in Port Moody.
A luxurious Passive House condominium tower powered by solar panels is proposed at Bellevue and 22nd Street in West Vancouver.
The office building at the corner of Seymour and West Cordova is about to get a makeover with new charcoal cladding and a Salesforce sign.
BlueSky Brightside goes before Surrey city council, a three-tower development with over 1,300 units, including purpose-built rentals.
The redevelopment of the Ashley Mar Housing Co-op will see one-for-one replacement of the existing units, plus 528 additional rental units.
Beedie Living has released a ‘preliminary artistic vision’ of its Fraser Mills development, a future waterfront community with more than 5,000 homes.
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
The bright red Great Northern Way Pavilion, next to Emily Carr University, is the winner of two prestigious construction awards.
Darwin Construction’s development in North Vancouver, which will see the replacement of the Harry Jerome Recreation Centre, continues to advance, with the announcement of new seniors housing.
Westbank, Crombie REIT and architects Perkins + Will have unveiled the redevelopment of the Safeway site at East Broadway and Commercial Drive, adjacent to the SkyTrain station.
A mass timber tower slated for West 8th Avenue and Pine Street in Vancouver will be the tallest wood building in the world once complete.
When complete, the River District in south Vancouver will be home to approximately 15,000 people — more than the number of residents in Yaletown.