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Old Posted Apr 8, 2014, 4:51 AM
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The Aperture project developer is certainly setting new standards for Vancouver. Very Copenhagen-ish. Love that they are concrete buildings too.

Appreciate the updates guys!
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'North West' at Cambie and SW Marine.


I didn't realize there's a school there, it's just behind in the second photo.
This looks like the beginning of another Modern Sculpture garden.

or a minimalist cafe patio.
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Since there was a gas station there I imagine that's part of the soil remediation, somehow.
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The Aperture project developer is certainly setting new standards for Vancouver. Very Copenhagen-ish. Love that they are concrete buildings too.
agreed. it's just nice to see a condo without spandrel for once!
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My photos from today

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Office building at Broadway and Cambie (terrible photo into the sun...):


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Old Posted Apr 14, 2014, 11:12 AM
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Nice, thanks.
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Old Posted Apr 14, 2014, 7:08 PM
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Near The Ridge at 14th-15th and Arbutus. I forget the name






10th and Maple at Arbutus. Liquor store had been demolished, no excavation yet.

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Old Posted Apr 17, 2014, 12:27 AM
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Thanks for the updates officedweller and Genauso. The building on Broadway turned-out surprisingly not awful for a Pinnacle Project, let's hope they keep it up for this next one.

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Old Posted Apr 17, 2014, 6:49 AM
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Aperture on the previous page rocked my socks. Loved it !
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here is the APERTURE website ... enjoy

http://www.apertureliving.com/
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also found this infill 4 story with SRO at Carolina and East Broadway ... looks to be the NW Corner.



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Old Posted Apr 17, 2014, 3:17 PM
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Website for the architect on Aperture:

http://www.arnomatisarchitecture.com/projects.html

What's the status on that King Ed project?
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here is the APERTURE website ... enjoy

http://www.apertureliving.com/
Nice project overall.

For the villas, the laundry is in the basement. I guess you could take the elevator to bring the laundry up and down, but it seems inconvenient.

The cool wood walls lining the "apertures" look nice from the outside, but from the inside, they create odd triangular, windowless alcoves.

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Website for the architect on Aperture:

http://www.arnomatisarchitecture.com/projects.html

What's the status on that King Ed project?
http://www.arnomatisarchitecture.com/kingedward.html

The King Edward project is on the SW corner across from King Edward Station
- that leftover parcel that was not included in the "mediocre" project on the rest of the block.
It's the same architect as for South Creek Landing - and it looks very similar (a good thing).
So here's hoping that this one will be built and will provide a landmark "gateway" to the Cambie Boulevard and QE Park.

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