Monthly Archives: December 2014

999 Seymour Street

999 Seymour is one of the residential projects that returned from recession limbo. The building is a commercial and residential project developed on what was a parking lot for many years. The scheme when it was first designed and rezoned at the end … Continue reading

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1510 West 6th Avenue

Zonda Nellis has been designing and showcasing her unique clothing designs on the corner of West 6th and Granville for over 20 years in a building designed by A A Robins. Now her company are proposing to redevelop to add … Continue reading

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1819 West 5th Avenue

We first posted a version of this project in June. We noted it was a ‘remarkably bold architectural proposal’ on the northwest corner of Burrard and West 5th Avenue. The architects are Yamamoto Architecture, and the Urban Design Panel reviewed the project, and … Continue reading

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Lido (1650 Quebec Street)

Like Central next door, another Southeast False Creek project has just been completed. The rezoning for 1650 Quebec (which was marketed as Lido) was approved by City Council in mid-May 2011. The Urban Design Panel got a second look at the … Continue reading

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Central

We last looked at Central nearly a year ago when the vast scaffold structure had just been removed from supporting the bridge section of the project. Now it’s starting to be occupied, and we’re taking a look at the finished … Continue reading

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Eventide – Beach and Bute

Deecorp are usually commercial owners and agents for retail and office space Downtown, so a residential building is a bit of a departure from their usual area of activity. This three unit residential building was proposed several years ago and has … Continue reading

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Joe & Rosalie Segal Family Centre at VGH

This is the next phase of redevelopment of the VGH campus, and unusually there’s already been a groundbreaking ceremony before the final design approvals have been issued. That’s partly because it already has an approved Development Permit from 2013, and because philanthropists … Continue reading

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