Coal Harbour, on the North Side of the West End, where the Burrard Inlet meets Stanley Park and Downtown Vancouver.

A stone’s throw from the beautiful Stanley Park as well as bustling Gastown and the renowned shopping on Robson St. and easy access to an incredible array of arts and entertainment including the Vancouver Convention Centre and many convention Hotels.  Much of Coal Harbour consists of seawall pathways and the only hustle and bustle you’ll find here is from cyclists, runners, and float-planes taking off. Boats bob in the marina while harbour seals poke their heads up to greet passersby.  Coal Harbor is currently a wonderful neighborhood where a lot of glass high rises along the waterfront give occupants an extraordinary view over its marina and the Burrard Inlet Harbor towards the mountains encompassing the city. Because of the city’s strategies executed in 1990, Coal Harbor’s waterfront gloats loads of green spaces, including the new Harbor park.


1070 Barclay Street Iconic Twin Towers Downtown Vancouver Plans, Prices, Availability

By renowned German architect proposed for downtown Vancouver This is world-renowned German architectural firm Büro Ole Scheeren’s second design in North America.  At 1070 Barclay Street – a site at the southeast corner of the intersection of Barclay Street and Thurlow Street. An architecturally stunning redevelopment proposal in downtown Vancouver aims to provide the city with its first major twin towers and add to the skyline. At a Glance: Two residential towers with the same height but a varying number of floors The form of the twin towers features a fixed alternating pattern of protruding boxes and balconies. Green roofs and void spaces… Find out more

Artist concept of the 1616 West Georgia redevelopment by Shato Holdings.

1616 West Georgia Street – Prices, Plans, Availability

At a Glance located at the gateway to Downtown Vancouver 33- & 39-storey condominium towers 3-level townhouses 350 residences 75% of homes 2-bedroom+ penthouses with private rooftop terraces walking distance to Stanley Park & Coal Harbour steps from Robson & Denman boutiques & restaurants goal of LEED Gold certification Where Life Intersects Where the West End, Coal Harbour, and Downtown meet, experience the satisfaction of Vancouverism when living at 1616 West Georgia. All of your daily needs are fulfilled with an easy stroll from your front door. Walking, jogging, cycling, roller blading, swimming, kayaking, sail boarding, rowing – just minutes… Find out more

Terrace House by PortLiving – Exclusive Landmark Coal Harbour Luxury Condos

At a Glance 19-storey mixed use tower world's tallest hybrid timber building only 20 residential units exceptional design by world-renowned architect new standard for sustainability & engineering innovation private exterior spaces for each residence close proximity to Coal Harbour waterfront Creative Integration of Outdoor Living Award-winning real estate developer, PortLiving, and world-renowned Japanese architect, Shigeru Ban, are collaborating to develop one of the last available properties in Vancouver's Coal Harbour neighbourhood. Terrace House will be Ban's first project in Canada and is slated to become the world's tallest hybrid timber building. Adjacent to Arthur Erickson's historic Evergreen Building, the first… Find out more

Cardero by Bosa – 119 Luxury Coal Harbour Pre-Construction Residences

At a Glance 26-storey mixed use building 119 homes with options from studios to 3-bedrooms close to Coal Harbour seawall, Stanley Park 314 restaurants within walking distance 30 public transit options nearby community centre, cycling, watersports targeting LEED Gold certification   Where the West End Flows into Downtown Bosa Properties and Henriquez Partners Architects are poised to transform 1575 West Georgia Street into an urban cornerstone with a dual-tower residential building perched atop a four-storey podium, offering retail at grade and three floors of office space over seven levels of underground parking. This boutique collection of luxury residences raises the bar… Find out more