The Marq, a boutique condo building of only 22 homes is coming soon to the University Endowment Lands next to UBC, and it’s freehold — a rarity in the UEL where the majority of homes are on 99-year leases.
An official development application has been filed for the redevelopment of the Plaza of Nations site by Canadian Metropolitan Properties.
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
Two concepts surface for the Bay Parkade site in downtown Vancouver, and one could include a new tallest building.
A small home at the corner of West 29th and Heather will soon be redeveloped into an eight-unit townhouse project.
Gryphon Development and Acton Ostry have filed a rezoning application for a 10-storey condo building at Cambie Street and West 49th Avenue.
Local developer Marcon is providing real-time construction updates on their website, including photos, milestones and projected completion date.
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.
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.
Century Group has begun construction on the Southlands project in Tsawwassen, a 530-acre “agrihood” with its own self-sustaining farm.