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.