Cressey has filed a development application for a mixed-use building at Kingsway and Dumfries Street, on the site of a former RONA store.
Cressey Development Group plan to develop an 11-storey market rental building at the corner of Main Street and East 2nd Avenue.
Cressey is proposing a 10-storey office building for the corner of Yukon Street and West 6th Avenue, on the current site of Craftsman Collision. The new building will have two retail units on the ground floor, and office space on floors two through ten. There will be 290 parking spaces provided over five levels of […]
Bellevue by Cressey Development Group is an upcoming 16-storey tower featuring 35 luxurious private homes, each with an unobstructed view of the ocean. Nestled on the shores of Dundarave in West Vancouver, Bellevue is designed to complement the surrounding nature. It’s also located close to restaurants and boutique shops along Marine Drive. Bellevue offers homebuyers the chance […]
Richard Stewart is the Mayor of Coquitlam, and authored this editorial. Learn more about Mayor Stewart here. “Why are you letting the owner of that building demolish perfectly good housing?” It’s a question we hear all the time. In Letters to the Editor, in emails, at Public Hearings. It’s a question with two distinct parts […]
Hensley by Cressey near Lougheed Town Centre has begun marketing. The 35-storey tower was designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects Inc., who also designed the SOLO District towers in Brentwood Town Centre. Hensley is the market condo tower of a two-tower development at Austin and Westview in Coquitlam, just east of the Burnaby-Coquitlam border. The second […]
A unique watering hole in Mount Pleasant could be replaced by a mixed-use retail and rental apartment building. The Narrow Lounge, best known for its “secret” entrance marked only by a red light, will be torn down to make way for a new 11-storey building. The rezoning application is currently before the city and is likely to […]
The first is a new rental apartment building at the corner of Davie and Granville at the current site of the Tsui Hang Village Chinese Restaurant, a spot famous among Vancouverites for their late night take-out window and “special tea.”
Deecorp is proposing a seven storey mixed-use building with 94 rental apartments on top of street level retail. There will also be 47 underground parking spots.