Westbank has submitted their long awaited rezoning application for the Central Steam Plant site. Plans call for a 17-storey office tower designed by world renowned architect Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG).
An open house for Westbank’s upcoming mixed-use development at 720 Beatty Street was held Monday at the Vancouver Public Library. The upcoming development includes a 17-storey office tower with a distinctive S-curve, and an upgraded Central Steam plant.
The provincial government is once again shopping around naming rights for BC Place stadium. In 2012, the BC Liberal provincial government scrapped a $35 million deal with Telus to rename the stadium to Telus Park because of the public’s “strong attachment” to the BC Place name.
We are getting a closer look at plans for a new, 10-acre mixed-use neighbourhood in Northeast False Creek. The NEFC Waterfront Entertainment District, also known as subarea 6C, will contain a maximum floor area of 2.1 million square feet of residential and non-residential uses, including a minimum of 220,000 sq. ft. of new job space. […]
The Aquilini family, owner of the Vancouver Canucks and Rogers Arena, are smartly capitalizing on Vancouver’s tight apartment rental market with their three-tower development called Aquilini Centre.
Once complete, the project will bring 600 new rentals to downtown Vancouver’s near-zero vacancy rental market.
Rents in the first tower started at $1,550 for a 450 sq ft one bedroom unit, but those units appear to be all snapped up.