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750 Pacific Blvd

Vancouver West, V6B 5E7 VVWYA - Yaletown

  • Suites: 0
  • Status: Proposed
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 11616

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Skybridge proposed project at 750 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver, BC, V6B 5E7.

James K.M. Cheng Architects Inc. has submitted a proposal to build 1,700 to 2,000 residential units at the existing Plaza of Nations site. The proposal will also include retail, office, hotel, restaurants, and cafes. Moreover, there will be a community centre, a daycare for 69 children, an ice rink, and sports science centre. The tallest building proposed is 30 storeys at a height of 87.5 metres.

The most daring feature of the proposal is the tall Skybridge building. This project will also require the removal of the vastly underused Plaza of Nations building, Edgewater Casino and the nearby two night clubs.

From City of Vancouver Proposal Page, the following major public benefits include, among others, the following:

  • Community Centre: the heart of the neighbourhood amenity facilities is the Community Centre which includes, among other things; day care centre for 69 children; community rooms; publically accessible ice hockey/skating rink that will be used by the community and as a training facility for the Canucks; and a sports science centre. In addition, all operating costs will be absorbed and indemnified by the applicant
  • False Creek Seaside Walkway and Bike Route: completion of the north side False Creek seaside walkway and bike route between Coopers Park Neigh- bourhood and the foot of the Georgia Street axis will be achieved. This adds 363m (1,190 ft) of finished seaside walkway and bike route to False Creek.
  • Civic Plaza: a major public outdoor event space is proposed on the water- front at the southerly apex of the site. This flexible space of approximately 4,500m (48,500 sf) will accommodate a wide range of audiences ranging from small gatherings up to 4,000 people. The event calendar will primarily be focused between spring and fall. It has the potential of accommodating a variety of neighbourly activities such as music, art shows, theatre presen- tations, and neighbourhood gatherings. The Civic Plaza replaces the original event space in the Plaza of Nations. This location gives uninterrupted south- erly views to the water and maximizes sun access.
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Skybridge Technical Info

Building Name Skybridge
Address 750 Pacific Blvd
City Vancouver West
Neighborhood Yaletown
Listing Price Range N/A
Units in Development: 0
Units in Strata: 0
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 0000
Architect Name James K.M. Cheng
Architect Phone 604-873-4333
Architect Email
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