With a development application officially filed and the project approved, there are new renderings of Westbank’s Broadway and Alma building.
The Deloitte Summit office tower across from the Vancouver Public Library central branch is now topped out, and already an iconic structure.
The future ‘Food Hall’ at Oakridge will blur the boundaries between interior and exterior spaces, and form part of a four-storey building.
The Butterfly by Westbank may be the most beautiful residential tower in downtown Vancouver to date, on track for completion in 2023.
The developers behind the massive reimagining of Oakridge Centre are seeking additional tower heights through a new rezoning application.
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.
The look of an upcoming 14-storey building at West Broadway and Alma has been revised by the architects, scrapping a complex fin design for a new façade.
A Davie Street resident is worried about sleepless nights after a light display was switched on at a new development across the street.
The long-awaited reopening of Safeway on Davie Street in Vancouver’s West End takes place May 21, 2020 in a new, mixed-use development.
Where a Safeway store once stood is now the location of three new rental apartment towers, one by Reliance Properties and two by Westbank.
Westbank’s latest West End rental apartment tower, 1770 Pendrell, is now complete with units available to rent.
Fresh St. Market will open its doors Thursday, February 6 at the base of the Vancouver House tower at Pacific and Howe.
The first rentals of strata units in Vancouver House are popping up online — and the prices are eye-popping as well.
Sen̓áḵw Lands Approved: “The Squamish Nation council is thrilled with the outcome of this referendum, which was approved by a landslide. This is truly a landmark moment in our Nation’s history,” said Khelsilem, Squamish Nation councillor.