Two city-sized block sections on the easternmost end of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts are set to get a new look. Located immediately west and east of Main Street, the viaduct ramps will be redeveloped into a mixed-use development with retail and both market and non-market housing. read more
Month: February 2019
The City of Vancouver has released its conceptual plans for the redevelopment of Northeast False Creek, which entails the controversial demolition of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts and the construction of an 11-acre extension of Creekside Park. The new park designed by James Corner, the internationally renowned landscape architectural whose firm is behind New York City’s Highline Park, […]
A fly-through animation shows the design and scale of the proposed Northeast False Creek district on the edge of downtown Vancouver. The seven-minute-long animation was created by CIVITAS Urban Design & Planning for Concord Pacific’s portion of the new district being planned.
For years, the Concord Pacific lands have been used as a parking lot and space for special events, including the occasional Cirque du Soleil show, staging area for the Molson Indy, and exhibition pavilions during the 2010 Olympics. But permanent plans for this area, Northeast False Creek, are now becoming clearer now that the City of […]
The Enterprise Hall building, the former home of Edgewater Casino at the Plaza of Nations, will revert to its previous usage prior to its casino conversion in the mid-2000s. Later this week, Vancouver City Council is expected to grant the temporary usage of the indoor space as a convention and events space known as the […]
The longtime owner of casino destinations in downtown Vancouver has sold its flagship Parq Vancouver casino property to an Ottawa-based real estate and investment firm. Las Vegas-based Paragon Gaming announced this morning it has finalized a deal to sell its ownership stake of Parq Vancouver to PBC Group for an undisclosed amount. PBC Group already […]