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Lido was designed by NSDA Architects in collaboration with Richard Henry Architect. It consists of a 19-story high-rise and a 6-story low-rise element that together include 183 units and the LIDOdeck—a rooftop pool with heated cabanas.
The outside brick references the southeast False Creek flats’ rail-yard past while also lending a touch of classic shape to the building’s appearance. Lido’s environmental effect is minimized by the use of green roofs, sun shading, and energy efficient windows.
The new northern boundary of Mount Pleasant East runs from Terminal to Main Street, along 5th Avenue, and then to Great Northern Way. Clark Drive runs through the community on the east, 16th Avenue on the south, and Cambie Street on the west.
Main Street is one of Greater Vancouver’s primary north-south thoroughfares, connecting Downtown Vancouver, the North Shore, Marine Drive, and all locations south of the Fraser River via the Knight and Oak Street Bridges. Bus service is extensive and regular in Mount Pleasant East. If bicycling is your preferred means of transportation, the community has dedicated bike lanes.
Mount Pleasant, Florence Nightingale, and Fraser Primary Schools all provide a diverse range of elementary school options. For secondary school kids, there are good alternatives just outside the Mount Pleasant East neighborhood’s limits. Sir Charles Tupper Secondary is located directly over the southern border, while Templeton Secondary and Vancouver Technical are located directly across the eastern boundary. Three private schools in the local region are St. Francis Xavier, St. Patrick’s Elementary, and St. Patrick’s Secondary.
Mount Pleasant East is also home to one of the city’s top neighborhood community centers. At 1 Kingsway, the Mount Pleasant Community Centre has a gymnasium, climbing wall, fitness center, dance studios, and multipurpose rooms. Additionally, it includes a civic center with a branch of the Vancouver Public Library, a child development center, cafés, and outdoor areas. Indeed, it is a new diamond in the crown of the Mount Pleasant East neighborhood.
Lower cabinets with rift-cut oak veneer with anodized pulls. Upper cabinet doors with backpainted glass, anodized frame, and soft-close mechanisms. Sliding drawers with roll-out functionality and soft-close hardware. Halogen recessed valance lighting.
White oak entrance door with a rift cut. Solid-brass entrance hardware with mortise lockset that is secure and robust. 8’6″ ceilings in living rooms (some areas have had their ceilings reduced to facilitate air conditioning). Recessed lighting designed for use above dining areas and in restrooms. Choose from award-winning BYU Design’s East or West designer color palettes. Throughout, discrete and attractive cloth roller blinds.
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.