The developer of an upcoming six-storey condominium building at East 4th and Main Street is asking the city for the flexibility to convert the units into hotel rooms.
A seven-storey light manufacturing and office building is planned by PortLiving for a triangular site in Railtown.
PortLiving is planning 61 condominium homes at East Broadway and Guelph in Mount Pleasant, on the site of a former service station. The four-storey, mixed-use building, designed by Formosis Architecture, will also include ground floor commercial units and two levels of underground parking.
Developer PortLiving has filed a rezoning application for a six-storey, mixed-use building at East 4th and Main Street in Mount Pleasant. The building, called Main Street Arts 2, will include 49 condo units and a 37-space childcare facility.
PortLiving is planning a fourth edition of their Midtown series of buildings in Mount Pleasant. The developer and Studio B Architects are proposing a six-storey strata condominium building, incorporating two heritage buildings on the site: a two-storey commercial building at the corner of East Broadway and Carolina; and a two-storey house known as the Connacher House, […]
Vancouver-based developer PortLiving has broken ground on a new mixed-use commercial building in East Vancouver. The six-storey building, named Gateway, is located at 3333 Bridgeway Street. The vacant lot was previously used by CP Rail for storage. The new building will be visible from Highway 1 heading south, with a curved façade inspired by ‘spawning salmon […]
The first interior renderings and details of Terrace House, the highly anticipated development by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Shigeru Ban and the world’s tallest hybrid timber structure, have been released. The interiors of the 20 homes feature clean lines and lots of natural light. The fixtures and features throughout the building, including door handles, cabinet pulls, […]
Developer PortLiving is proposing a six-storey condominium building with retail space at Main and East 6th Avenue in Mount Pleasant. The site is home to a small building which was most recently home to the Hot Art Wet City art gallery. The gallery’s lease ended in March 2017. Bluestar Motors was also located on the […]
PortLiving is continuing their series of residential developments in Mount Pleasant with a new project called Midtown Central at East Broadway and Fraser. The four-storey, mixed-use building will feature two retail units on the ground floor, and 35 residential condominiums above. The building has a monochromatic, white façade and design details like aluminum panels alongside […]
One of the world’s best-known street artists has put the finishing touches on a 1,200 sq ft. mural in Mount Pleasant. Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel painted the mural, Canada Secret Mountains, on the wall of a building at 325 West 4th Avenue, owned by Vancouver-based developer PortLiving . San Miguel says he was inspired […]
Vancouver’s Coal Harbour neighbourhood continues to attract proposals for new luxury developments, many designed by prominent international architects. Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has revealed more details and renderings of his first project in Canada, in partnership with Vancouver-based developer, PortLiving. Terrace House will be an exclusive new development of 20 homes located at 1250 West […]
Award-winning Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has designed a new luxury condo tower for Coal Harbour that will be the tallest timber building in the world. Architectural Digest is reporting that the new building, called Terrace House, will be built by Vancouver developer PortLiving on a site on West Pender Street, between Bute and Jervis streets. The […]
There are big, transformative changes afoot in Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood, the Downtown Eastside, and especially in the Chinatown and Gastown areas.
Both areas are home to several new condo and rental projects, with more in the pipeline. Buildings completing soon include Framework by Porte, 188 Keefer by Westbank, InGastown by PortLiving and Sequel 138.
There are also several rental projects including Bluesky Chinatown and an upcoming rental building by Wall Financial at the corner of East Hastings Street and Gore Avenue.
A Vancouver-based developer is partnering with an eclectic, award-winning Japanese architect to design a new luxury condo tower in Coal Harbour.
PortLiving announced Wednesday that they are going to be working with Shigeru Ban on his first project ever in Canada.
The yet-to-be-named condo development will be built at 1250 West Hastings Street between Bute and Alberni streets, former site of proposed “The Views” project, which did not go forward.