Tag Archives: James KM Cheng Architect

750 Pacific Boulevard (Plaza of Nations)

  It may be officially 750 Pacific, but it’s the Plaza of Nations to everyone in the city. Or at least, it was – this rezoning will presumably see it getting a new name. The initial proposal here was submitted … Continue reading

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1133 Melville Street

We have see more office space completed recently than in many previous years – in the past that would have been reason for the development industry to slow down for several years. That doesn’t seem to be happening; instead there’s … Continue reading

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1445 West Georgia Street

This tower has been in the works for some time, and James Cheng has just submitted the rezoning application for a 46 storey, 514 foot tall tower. If approved as submitted it would have 128 condos on a tight flatiron … Continue reading

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Nordstrom – Granville Street

Three years after we last posted about the Granville Street retail store that used to be home to Sears, and before that Eatons, we’re looking at how it turned out. We’re also publishing a number of posts on out companion … Continue reading

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The Arc – 89 Nelson Street

This site has had three earlier names; it’s also been 10 Terry Fox Way, 47 Nelson Street and Area 5B of the BC Place/Expo District. It’s half of the remaining Concord Pacific land immediately to the west of the BC … Continue reading

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Cosmo

When we last referenced Cosmo, the fifth tower in the Spectrum development at Georgia and Beatty it was in June 2011 when it was just above street level. The site was originally intended as non-market housing, but developer Concord negotiated a … Continue reading

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