Hundreds of affordable rental units. Vast green spaces. Thanks to a partnership between BC Housing and Edgar Development, that’s what Port Moody residents can potentially look forward to.
Edgar Development is planning a major redevelopment of the Woodland Park townhouse complex in Port Moody, which will see 200 townhouses demolished to make way for over 2,300 units.
A new apartment building called The MacLaren is now housed on the prominent 102 Avenue corner. The building incorporates numerous features from the former Buena Vista building which was previously there, dating back to 1912.
A massive new mural by Australian artist Fintan Magee is grabbing attention in Mount Pleasant.
The Vancouver Mural Festival has announced the first batch of artists who will be helping transform the city this August, and they include stars like Australia's Fintan Magee, Japan's ONEQ, Germany's SatOne, and Argentina's Medianeras.
Completed in March 2018, The Duke is a LEED Gold target, rental residential project designed under the City of Vancouver Rental 100 Secured Market Rental Housing Policy, which allows height and density limits in strategic locations in the city to be rezoned in exchange for provision of 100% rental housing.
The Duke reflects a new rental building typology inspired by precedents from the United Kingdom.
Visionary builders in the home, office and industrial building industry were recognized in front of a sold-out crowd of 800 business, community and government delegates during UDI’s bi-annual awards gala at the Hyatt Regency last night.
The latest proposal by Edgar Development, The Shift is to be located on the southeast corner of 106 St NW and 102 Ave NW.
The Vancouver-based developers behind a new rental-only building in Mount Pleasant say their mixed-use project will take a bite out of the city’s notorious shortage of rental housing while providing homes for young families who want to stay in the urban core.
Edgar Development has broken ground on a 201-unit apartment called The Duke, the only new purpose-built, multi-family rental building in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood.
After months of planning, company vice-president Henry Edgar and his colleagues were on hand to formally break ground on The Hendrix, a new 29-storey residential project at 9749 111th St, in the city’s bustling Oliver neighbourhood.
The Hendrix Building, which will soon become Edmonton’s premiere new residential tower is embracing the historical past of Edmonton, as well as the current needs of the city’s ever changing landscape. As the Building is designed to meet LEED Silver designation, environmental impact is also front of mind.