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A high-rise condo at Vancouver
The Barclay and Thurlow residential buildings, designed by international architectural firm Büro Ole Scheeren, who previously constructed Fifteen Fifteen, will transform the setting of a historic and lively urban district. Vertically stacking cubic volumes acts as a counterweight to the inherent verticality of the urban grid, emphasizing the existing neighborhood and surroundings and offering a unique interplay between the urban and natural contexts.
A multi-story ‘bridge’ will join the buildings at the ground level, connecting residents to internal courtyards, public utilities, social spaces, and gardens. In addition, we are pleased to provide approximately 200 flats for community living for Vancouver residents.
Richards Street from Burrard Street along Pacific Boulevard to Carrol Street then back up and across Andy Livingstone Park to the Georgia Viaduct, all the way up to the Vancouver harbor. In the Downtown West neighborhood, these are the major boundaries.
Downtown Vancouver has the best transit options in the Lower Mainland. The Granville and Georgia transit hub connects the Lower Mainland. All points east of the downtown core are accessible via Skytrain, while the Canada Line Station provides access to Richmond and the Vancouver International Airport. Georgia Street provides access to all points north and west of the core via bus, including the 257 Express to Horseshoe Bay and the ferry terminal. From Downtown, one may easily commute to practically any place in the Lower Mainland.
Access to schools and educational institutions is vital in every residential community. Lord Roberts Elementary School and Lord Roberts Annex are both within walking distance of the Downtown West borders. Elsie Roy Elementary School is also located on Drake Street. The illustrious King George Secondary School has an unblemished reputation and offers a variety of possibilities for the family’s older children.
For outdoor aficionados, the proximity to Stanley Park and the English Bay Seawall is a dream come true. Stanley Park is not just a walker’s and jogger’s paradise, but it also has tennis, lawn bowling, and rugby courts. Nature aficionados may engage in their passions on a regular basis with close proximity to the Park and the Seawall. Additionally, the False Creek North Seawall and all of its magnificence are easily accessible. Residents have access to a number of downtown gyms, including Granville Street’s renowned Steve Nash Fitness Club.
Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and a clear blue sea, Vancouver is often rated as one of the world’s most livable cities. The downtown peninsula is home to the city’s principal commercial center, as well as some of the greatest retail, entertainment, and dining options in the region. Additionally, it provides immediate access to Stanley Park’s approximately 1000 acres of parkland.
For more than five decades, our family-run company has earned a reputation for quality, integrity, and innovation. Growing from humble beginnings, our story began when Robert Bosa first emigrated from Italy to Vancouver alongside his family in the 1960s to start a small construction company. Today, we have the privilege of being one of Canada’s most respected, privately-owned companies, with a sterling reputation for excellence in design and construction. Our Vancouver-based company prides itself on being an inspiring and rewarding place to work. We are driven by curiosity and a motivation to learn, and we look for individuals who are equally curious and driven by a desire for learning. We love what we do and channel our passion into motivating, engaging, and inspiring our people and our work.