June 24th, 2011It’s official—River District Vancouver is open. When Deputy Mayor Raymond Louie snipped the blue ribbon at 11.30 a.m. on Saturday 18th June, he ushered in a new era on Vancouver’s last waterfront.
June 17th, 2011If you have ever bitten into an all-natural burger at Romer’s in Kits, you will have been transported to a realm of pure meaty goodness (or veggie goodness if you choose the no-meat variety). It’s a gourmet experience that, until now, has been impossible to replicate.
June 17th, 2011Vancouver’s new waterfront is all set for a grand opening celebration that has something for everyone. River District is throwing a party with non-stop music from Virgin 95.3.
June 9th, 2011New Water, the premier apartment homes by Polygon are now officially on sale with confirmed pricing as follows:
June 9th, 2011It’s not every day that a city wakes up to find a new 130-acre community on its doorstep. But that’s just what happened at the official press conference for River District Vancouver on Monday 16th May, 2011, attended by Mayor Gregor Robertson, municipal officials, project consultants, and journalists from Global TV, CTV, Omni, Fairchild and many more.
May 19th, 2011ParkLane Homes, the developer of River District – a new community of 130 acres located in southeast Vancouver on the Fraser River – is proud to celebrate the project’s official opening.
May 9th, 2011ParkLane has partnered with veteran BC home builder Polygon Homes to start work on the first residential buildings at River District.
May 2nd, 2011ParkLane Homes is commencing development of the River District– a new community of 130 acres located in southeast Vancouver on the Fraser River. The property, formerly known as East Fraserlands, was formerly the Canadian White Pine Mill and is one of the last pieces of undeveloped waterfront land in the city.
February 12th, 2011Even for people who think they know Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery’s exhibition WE: Vancouver is likely to hold some surprises.
April 27th, 2006East Fraserlands: the 130-acre sie, formerly home to Weyerhaeuser’s Canadian White Pine Mill. It’s one of the few undeveloped spaces in space-poor Vancouver, and it’s the future home to an estimated 10,000 people.