The location of the tower has been shifted 21 metres north from the original application, to help reduce any shadowing on a nearby park, as well as mitigating impacts to views from adjacent residential towers.
Burnaby’s Lougheed Town Centre could soon be home to the tallest building in Canada west of Toronto, and eclipsing anything in downtown Vancouver.
Vancouver’s Urban Design Panel will meet next week to discuss Pinnacle’s proposal for a 54-storey tower at 601 Beach Crescent, next to the Granville Street bridge and adjacent to Vancouver House. The Special Higher Building Review panel will meet February 20 to discuss the tower, designed by GBL Architects and JYOM International of Shanghai, China.
Pinnacle International has filed a formal rezoning application for its upcoming 52-storey tower at 601 Beach Crescent. The tower is proposed for a slice of land on the east side of the Granville Street Bridge, adjacent to the Vancouver House development by Westbank. Together, the two towers will form a gateway to downtown Vancouver, although […]
Richmond is suddenly much closer to getting a new SkyTrain station. Thanks to the frenetic pace of housing development in the Capstan Village area near No. 3 Road, the City of Richmond announced last week that it is handing over $3.5 million to Translink to begin preliminary design of the new Capstan Station. The transit […]
Pinnacle International continues their development along West and East 1st Avenue in the Olympic Village with Pinnacle on the Park. The upcoming condo project is located at 26 East 1st Avenue, at the corner of East 1st and Ontario Street in the former Olympic Village. The site is kitty corner to the upcoming The Creek by […]