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.
The owners of Capilano Mall in North Vancouver are planning for redevelopment and have launched a public engagement effort.
Century Group has begun construction on the Southlands project in Tsawwassen, a 530-acre “agrihood” with its own self-sustaining farm.
A development application to the City of Coquitlam has been filed to redevelop the site into a mixed-use project with six residential towers.
White Rock has developed a Waterfront Enhancement Strategy to guide improvements over the next 10 to 20 years, including a possible funicular, improvements to the pier and more pedestrian-friendly areas on Marine Drive.
The south end of the Burrard Street Bridge will be transformed into a dramatic gateway with 6,000 homes in 11 towers developed by the Squamish Nation.
An ambitious plan to bring a complete, high-density community of 30,000 residents called WeTown to an Abbotsford hillside has been unveiled.
The two parcels are in the heart of Burke Mountain, a growth area in Northeast Coquitlam envisioned as a complete community, with upwards of 50,000 residents, a thriving commercial village and abundant community and recreational amenities.
The City of Vancouver is gauging interest in allowing more housing in low-density neighbourhoods, but admits there are challenges with duplexes and basement suites.
The concept for a redesign of Gastown’s Blood Alley Square was revealed at a recent open house hosted by the City of Vancouver.