For those who prefer to live among the clouds, here are the tallest pre- and under-construction buildings currently selling or in registration on the market in the Vancouver region.
Developer: Onni Group of Companies
Height: 64 storeys
This towering trio of residential buildings on Lougheed Highway is just one component of the master-planned community coming to Burnaby’s western gateway. Showcasing one of Canada’s tallest residential towers, Gilmore Place and its collection of 1,563 units will debut in the summer of 2024.
Height: 57 storeys
Designed by Revery Architecture, formerly Bing Thom Architects, this curvy building is set to emerge from its cocoon in early 2022 in Vancouver’s West End. Each floor is said to feature an exterior courtyard, with custom tree planters on every third floor.
Developer: Concord Pacific
Height: 55 storeys
Living in a condo shouldn’t exclude you from enjoying the great outdoors. In this 900-unit collection, each residence comes with an outdoor living space with an inset radiant ceiling, so you can sit outside and enjoy that fresh West Coast air any day of the year.
Height: 53 storeys
Sales for this 327-unit project in Maywood are set to begin in 2020. By 2023, Highline Metrotown will be another fixture on Sussex Avenue, catering a party room, fitness area and dance studio for all future residents.
Developer: Ledingham McAllister
Height: 51 storeys
Located just off of Clarke Road, Highpoint will deliver 295 units and 11,000 square feet of amenity space across three levels to Burquitlam. These luxury condos are promising nine-foot ceilings, spacious outdoor decks, and a “swanky fireside Sky Lounge” on the 51st floor.
Height: 49 storeys
It’s amenities galore in this 364-unit tower, which touts 20,000 square feet of amenity space. A private kitchen area, dog park, state-of-the-art gym, music room, children’s play area and Sky Lounge are just a few of the staple features Marcon’s condo project on Clarke Road is offering.