5 Upcoming Towers Redefining Vancouver's Skyline


Great architecture can be seen as building art - and a city’s architecture is what puts some of the top global cities across on the map. Vancouver’s ever-evolving skyline is no exception, so our real estate experts have rounded up 5 architecturally significant towers that will redefine Vancouver’s skyline in the future.


One Burrard Place
Developer: Reliance Properties / Jim Pattison Developments
Architect: IBI Group
Interior Design: Offices of Macfarlane Biggar
Storeys: 61
Completion: 2019
Status: Sold out. Under construction.


 

Alberni by Kuma
Developer: Westbank
Architect: Kengo Kuma Architects and Associates, Merrick Architecture, Boroswski Sakumaoto, Fligg McIntyre Ltd. Interior Design: Kengo Kuma Architects and Associates
Storeys: 43
Completion: 2020
Status: Coming soon.



1500 West Georgia
Developer: Bosa Properties
Architect(s): Büro Ole Scheeren
Interior Designer(s): n/a
Floors: 51
Completion: n/a
Status: Coming soon.



8X ON THE PARK
Developer: Brenhill Developments
Architect(s): GBL Architects
Interior Designer(s): BYU Interior Design
Storeys: 35
Completion: 2019
Status: Now Selling.



Nelson on the Park

Developer: Wall Financial
Architect(s): IBI, Nick Milkovich and Chris Doray
Interior Designer(s): n/a
Floors: 60
Completion: 2019
Status: Coming soon.

Looking for a new home with stunning architecture? Our rennie advisors specialize in every neighbourhood across the Lower Mainland and can help you find the home best suited to your needs.


Inline image photo credits: Burrard Place, Westbank, Büro Ole Scheeren, 8X ON THE PARK, IBI Group - Nick Milkovich Architects / Chris Doray Studio


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