Urban Design Panel sets special review for curvy 54-storey Vancouver tower

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The meeting was scheduled for February 20 at 3 pm at City Hall.


Local and international architects have been invited to take part in a special review for a proposed Vancouver high-rise.

The Urban Design Panel has set a meeting on Tuesday (February 20) to evaluate the design of a 54-storey tower at the north end of Granville Bridge.

The development at 601 Beach Crescent, a property that used to be owned by the City of Vancouver, is subject to a rezoning application.

In its agenda posted online ahead of the meeting next week, the Urban Design Panel listed the following local architects among the guest panelists: Peter Cardew of Peter Cardew Archiects, Karen Marler of HCMA Architecture + Design, and Mark Ostry of Acton Ostry Architects.

Two international architects will also take part in the discussions: Laura Jimenez of the Chicago-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, and Robin Williams of the Los Angeles- and New York City-based Morphosis Architect.

A rezoning application was filed last year by GBL Architects Ltd. on behalf of Pinnacle.

The Georgia Straight, Carlito Pablo on February 12th, 2019 at 3:28 PM https://www.straight.com/news/1200331/urban-design-panel-sets-special-review-curvy-54-storey-vancouver-tower

Vancouver Courier, FEBRUARY 13, 2019 04:04 PM

City Hall

February 20, 2019
Minutes: udpminutes02202019 (pdf)

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