In 1994, Concert commenced our first mixed-use master-planned community at Collingwood Village in East Vancouver. Since then, we have gone on to develop master-planned communities across the country, not only winning awards for our buildings, but also for creating sustainable communities that are now home to multiple generations of residents
North Harbour capitalizes on this extensive experience with a mixed-use development that will transform one of North Vancouver’s final shoreline sites into a remarkable neighbourhood for residents, businesses and visitors.
The dynamic 12-acre community offers breathtaking views of Burrard Inlet, downtown Vancouver and the North Shore mountains. Positioned along the scenic Spirit Trail and Kings Mill Walk Park, North Harbour provides immediate access to recreation and connections to downtown via the SeaBus, and the waterfront neighbourhoods of the North Shore.
As an exciting new residential hub and visitor destination, North Harbour will bring a vibrant mix of housing, food and beverage, retail and office space to the area, alongside the existing Kings Mill Walk Park. Built to leading sustainability standards and designed for social and physical activities, North Harbour’s design will reflect the region’s identity and natural attractions, while creating lively gathering places where people can live comfortably, shop locally and eat well.
Built in four phases, this development represents Concert’s community-based planning model. Through a broad mix of housing types, including 1, 2 and 3-bedroom market condominiums, townhomes, rental homes, and independent seniors living, North Harbour will meet the growing demand for diverse housing options in the community. And when completed, this mixed-use community will span across the half kilometre waterfront.
We have worked closely with local stakeholders, all levels of government, environmental groups and First Nations to ensure this development meets or exceeds all regulatory and environmental requirements. Deep consideration was taken to limit the impact from the development on the water quality and marine habitat, the buildings are all expected to reach LEED Gold, Fitwel and STEP 3 or 4 certification under the BC energy Step Code, and is one of the first residential projects to be a BC certified Salmon Safe Urban Development.
The first building coming on to the market, Drift, will include 164 condominiums and townhomes in a nine-storey building. For those interested in finding out more about Drift, register at www.northharbourbyconcert.com/.