development

An artist rendering of Parkshore Projects’ long-term vision for the neighbourhood around Haliburton Street, which the developer is calling the Harbourview District. (D’Ambrosio Architecture and Urbanism)

Developer shows off long-term vision for neighbourhood close to Nanaimo’s downtown

Parkshore Projects aims to bring 1,500 units of housing to area around Haliburton Street

An artist rendering of Parkshore Projects’ long-term vision for the neighbourhood around Haliburton Street, which the developer is calling the Harbourview District. (D’Ambrosio Architecture and Urbanism)
An artist rendering of Princess Royal Apartments, a proposed four-storey affordable apartment building in central Nanaimo. (Raymond De Beeld Architect)

Affordable apartments planned for Nanaimo’s Brechin Hill neighbourhood

Proposed development would be near Terminal Park plaza and B.C. Ferries’ Departure Bay terminal

An artist rendering of Princess Royal Apartments, a proposed four-storey affordable apartment building in central Nanaimo. (Raymond De Beeld Architect)
An artist rendering of a proposed senior housing complex at 1125 Seafield Cres. (Daryoush Firouzli Architecture Inc. image)

Affordable seniors housing complex pitched for Nanaimo’s hospital district

Seafield Crescent complex would include two five-storey buildings

An artist rendering of a proposed senior housing complex at 1125 Seafield Cres. (Daryoush Firouzli Architecture Inc. image)
A concept drawing for a proposed 133 unit residential development at 200 Hansen Rd. (Peter K. Chu Architecture Inc. photo)

130-unit residential development planned for Nanaimo’s Quarterway area

Complex at 200 Hansen Rd. would consist of multiple apartment and townhouse buildings

A concept drawing for a proposed 133 unit residential development at 200 Hansen Rd. (Peter K. Chu Architecture Inc. photo)
An artist rendering of a proposed five-storey, 32-unit residential building and café restaurant at 930 Terminal Ave., according to planning documents available on the city’s website. (Joyce Reid Troost Architecture image)

Nanaimo council issues permit for mixed-use building on Terminal Avenue

29-unit residential building and café restaurant planned at 930 Terminal Ave.

An artist rendering of a proposed five-storey, 32-unit residential building and café restaurant at 930 Terminal Ave., according to planning documents available on the city’s website. (Joyce Reid Troost Architecture image)
Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner

Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner

Moving from music to marketing in the Okanagan

  • Sep 24, 2018
Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner
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