North America's largest master-planned community, Concord Pacific Place is the ultimate waterfront neighbourhood taking shape along the shores of False Creek in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia.
Designed to reflect our city's traditions and approach to life, Concord Pacific Place blends housing for approximately 15,000 people with more than 50 acres of public parks and three kilometers of seawall walkway. The result is one of the most spacious and low-density residential districts of any major city.
More than half the site will be dedicated to the City of Vancouver for public amenities. Specially commissioned public art will grace its tree-lined boulevards and serene environment.
Concord Pacific Place is a family place, with child care centers, elementary schools and a wide range of recreational facilities including Vancouver's only arts-oriented community center in the historic Roundhouse.
It is also Canada's first fully-wired fiber optic community. Concord Pacific's Digital Neighborhood (TM) connects residents to the world of digital communications with hi-speed modemless Internet access
A shared vision for this magnificent waterfront community was confirmed through an extensive community consultation process. The site that hosted the world for Expo 86 is to become the city's most spectacular downtown property.