Brightside Homes is partnering with Wall Financial Corp. and BC Housing to construct a new social housing building in Mount Pleasant.
Brightside is partnering with Wall Financial and BC Housing to replace the Mount Pleasant Lions Manor with 82 new affordable rentals.
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
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 property surrounding the Ambleside Towers rental apartments in West Vancouver will see the addition of 131 new rental units.
The Vancouver Heritage Commission is set to review a proposal next week to add a 23-storey tower adjacent to the historic Holy Rosary Cathedral at Richards and Dunsmuir. As part of the redevelopment, the cathedral — which was built in 1900 — would be seismically and structurally upgraded.
The City of Vancouver is preparing urban design guidelines to guide development along East Hastings Street in the Downtown Eastside. A Downtown Eastside local area plan was approved several years ago, determining building heights along major corridors in the neighbourhood. The guidelines for urban design will influence how new buildings along East Hastings and in […]
We are getting a first look at a twin tower proposal on the border of the West End and Coal Harbour, with a post-modernism design that’s unique to Vancouver. Landa Global and Asia Standard Americas are proposing to rezone 1488 Alberni Street and 740 Nicola Street to allow for two residential towers (43 and 48-storeys). […]
A new art installation dubbed the “Milky Way” of lights will soon brighten up the 135 metre-tall blank wall of an upcoming Yaletown development. DIALOG Architects has applied to the City of Vancouver on behalf of their client Wall Financial Group for permission to install the public art project. Wall is currently building a 43 storey tall rental tower at 1310 Richards Street called Wall Centre Yaletown.
Some interesting renderings have surfaced for an extremely valuable redevelopment site in Coal Harbour that has been in the news lately.
1444 Alberni Street, currently home to a 1970s-era rental apartment tower, along with an office building at 740 Nicola St., were first acquired by Wall Financial for $83.5 million in 2014.