Brightside Homes is partnering with Wall Financial Corp. and BC Housing to construct a new social housing building in Mount Pleasant.
The development, by PCI Group, will include 116 rental units, including studios, one-bedroom units and two-bedroom units.
Where a Safeway store once stood is now the location of three new rental apartment towers, one by Reliance Properties and two by Westbank.
Four years after the project was first sold, construction on 8x on the Park is underway with the tower making a big impact on the skyline.
The 24-storey tower is projected to complete in 2021 and is made up of clusters of steel-framed cubes arranged around a concrete core.
A new condo development on Cambie Street near Queen Elizabeth Park is reinforcing the old adage, “art is subjective.”
A development application has been filed for the new Alliance Française on Cambie Street in Vancouver.
A six-storey rental building is proposed for the corner of Kingsway and Prince Albert Street, near the hip Fraser and Kingsway “triangle.”
A 60-storey tower at Nelson and Thurlow with $70 million worth of social housing units is on city council’s agenda for next week.
A four-storey, mixed-use building is planned for the corner of East 49th Avenue and Victoria Drive, with residential over retail.
Boffo’s 27-storey tower, known as The Smithe, includes ground floor retail, office space and luxury condominiums.
Four buildings of townhouses designed by Yamamoto Architecture are proposed for the corner of Oak Street and West 52nd Avenue.
A slender 43-storey tower is proposed for Alberni Street, a neighbourhood quickly transforming into Vancouver’s architectural showcase.
The “Maximum Cardio Core Studio” will make way for a six-storey, secured market rental designed by Cornerstone Architecture, with 48 units.
The unique four-storey building will consist of 13 one-bedroom and 37 two and three-bedroom homes, and creative/production space.