GBL Architects’ design for a 9-storey social housing building near Commercial Drive is inspired by the Coast Salish basket weaving tradition.
Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design has designed rental apartments for artists, for a site on East 2nd Avenue, near Emily Carr University.
A new development application in Mount Pleasant shows how a narrow lot on a predominately residential street can be densified.
A seven-storey social housing building will replace the Powell Street Gateway Resource Centre, formerly known as the Living Room, next to Oppenheimer Park.
The office building at the corner of Seymour and West Cordova is about to get a makeover with new charcoal cladding and a Salesforce sign.
Wesbild is planning two industrial buildings in south Vancouver, targeting “mid-floor” tenants, and hoping for flexibility from the city.
The redevelopment of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church at East 15th and Sophia will see a courtyard-centric community of 51 stacked townhouses.
A Davie Street resident is worried about sleepless nights after a light display was switched on at a new development across the street.
The long-awaited reopening of Safeway on Davie Street in Vancouver’s West End takes place May 21, 2020 in a new, mixed-use development.
A rezoning near Broadway and Commercial for a rental/strata building has been revised to be 100 per cent rental.
A 15-storey rental tower is proposed at West 41st and Columbia, near Oakridge, designed by GBL Architects for Bogner Development Group.
A mid-century inspired residential tower is proposed for Barclay and Thurlow in Vancouver’s West End, designed by ACDF and IBI Group.
The 7/11 at Drake and Granville will soon make way for a six-storey rental development designed by GBL Architects.
Redevelopment plans for the Oakridge Transit Centre have been revised, with additional height and density, and more commercial space.
Three Vancouver-area buildings are officially the best of Canadian architecture in the 2020 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture awards.