Three Vancouver-area buildings are officially the best of Canadian architecture in the 2020 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture awards.
The Marq, a boutique condo building of only 22 homes is coming soon to the University Endowment Lands next to UBC, and it’s freehold — a rarity in the UEL where the majority of homes are on 99-year leases.
It includes 101 purpose-built rental units available to UBC students, staff and faculty, and several new restaurants for the Vancouver campus.
UBC’s highly anticipated new Arts Student Centre is back, with a new location and a new design by Leckie Studio Architecture + Design Inc.
You may soon be able to rent an e-bike or scooter in Vancouver, as TransLink examines how micro-mobility could help improve transportation.
Student housing at UBC is about to get another big boost, with plans for 600 beds in two new buildings on Walter Gage Road.
UBC has wrapped up its bike share pilot program with Dropbike and now plans to move forward with a new operator, HOPR.
UBC has further refined the concept for the upcoming Stadium Neighbourhood development, which will include midrise and tower homes, retail, amenities and a new Thunderbird stadium.
A new UBC Arts Student Centre located in The Bosque is proving controversial with some who do not want to see several pin oak trees cut down.
Vancouver city council will vote on an emergency interim zoning policy today that could halt applications to build new strata condominiums along the future SkyTrain corridor to UBC.
UBC Campus and Community Planning unveiled plans at a public information session on Tuesday for five new buildings of student housing on the Vancouver campus, with nearly 1,000 beds.
A new poll commissioned by UBC shows the vast majority of Metro Vancouver residents support extending the Millennium Line SkyTrain beyond Arbutus Street, all the way to UBC.
If you don’t spend much time out at UBC, you’d be forgiven for not knowing that the campus is now home to world’s tallest wood building. The 18-storey Brock Commons student residence was completed this summer, and is the world’s tallest contemporary wood building. Brock Commons, also known as Tallwood House, houses more than 400 […]
A new, mixed-use development at Ross Drive and Birney Avenue in UBC’s Wesbrook Village will bring much-needed rental housing to the campus. The Lot 11 project consists of a 14-storey market rental tower, and 20 three-storey townhouses for UBC faculty and staff. The rental tower will offer studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units. Townhouses will […]
The Musqueam Indian Band broke ground on a 21-acre community in the University Endowment Lands Thursday, the first time in Metro Vancouver that a First Nation is independently embarking on a mixed-use, multi-family development. The community will be called Lelem (leləm̓), meaning “home.” It will be built in two phases over the next decade and […]