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City breaks ground on 135 units of affordable housing geared towards families

Great to see the City of Vancouver use its resources to create more affordability for families. The city with the land that it has, the new housing authority and the political will to make affordable housing for families a priority is  doing some pretty impressive work. This first of its kind project for Vancouver will […]

Community Open House for redevelopment of 1661 Davie St.

From the City of Vancouver: Community Open House Monday, February 29, 2016, 5:00-8:00 pm The Coast Plaza Hotel 1763 Comox Street Details of the project Henriquez Partners Architects has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop this site with a mixed-use building consisting of : -a 3 storey podium with three retail […]

What is architecture?

1550 Alberni St. project at Urban design Panel, Westbank and Kengo Kuma Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 3 pm, Vancouver City Hall, Town Hall Meeting Room. With the recent open house for the Westbank project of Kengo Kuma’s building on 1550 Alberni and with the same project scheduled for a public review at Vancouver’s Urban design […]

Rezoning open house, Tues, Nov. 3, 5-8pm, 2nd fl. 1550 Alberni St.

  I got this notice because I ask to receive emails update after attending a preview of this proposal. The architect for the project is Kengo Kuma who has done some pretty interesting buildings.   Rezoning Open House 1550 Alberni Street Tuesday, November 3, 2015, 5-8pm 2nd Floor, 155o Alberni St. Westbank/Peterson’s development is proposing […]