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Vancouver City Council studies proposed Waterfront Gateway Project

Proposal would see four buildings mixing residential, retail, office, linking to areas along waterfront

By , Columbian Associate Editor
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The City of Vancouver's Waterfront Gateway development with four new buildings aims to be its own district and also connect Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver.
The City of Vancouver's Waterfront Gateway development with four new buildings aims to be its own district and also connect Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver. (Renderings by Otak Architects Inc.) Photo Gallery

The parking lots and grass fields around Vancouver City Hall are going to drastically change into four buildings with 420 new apartments — including 100 in the “affordable” category — office space, retail and parking structures.

New plans released by the city on Monday for the Vancouver Waterfront Gateway project envision a new district connecting Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver and Terminal 1 developments.

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