Living Vancouver

Grosvenor in Vancouver

Whether we are developing on our own, or working with investment partners, we strive to create architecturally-significant buildings that enhance surrounding communities.  We demonstrate our commitment to the arts in the city through the use of art in our developments and support for local organisations in our communities.

Our presence in Vancouver is characterised by projects such as The RISE, winner of the ULI Award of Excellence.

 

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My Vancouver

A personal view by Alison Miles Cork

"Vancouver offers a great balance between urban living and outdoor recreation. Downtown's close proximity to Vancouver's mountains, ocean and forests offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to golf, ski and sail all in the same day. I never cease to be impressed with the natural beauty that surrounds the city that I call home. Also, being a cultural melting pot, Vancouver's restaurants offer an exceptional global culinary experience which is enough to entice anyone's palate. "

 

Alison Miles Cork, Vice President, Investment, Grosvenor Americas

 

 

Grosvenor's city insights

  1. A place for play

    In Vancouver there are many times of year when you can golf and ski in the same day!

  2. Eclectic entertainment

    Vancouver's multiculturalism contributes to the city's international cuisine, diverse retail and eclectic cultural life.

  3. A livable city

    Vancouver is consistently named as one of the top five cities in the world for livability and quality of life. The Economist Intelligence Unit noted Vancouver is the first place to rank among the top 10 of the world's most livable cities for five consecutive years.

Supporting Canada Sevens Rugby

On March 12-13 2016, the inaugural HSBC Canada Rugby Sevens tournament took place in Vancouver. Grosvenor Americas was the Signature Partner and title sponsor of the tournament’s Club seating section. Four 18×11 meter HD screens hung from the main video board, streaming a Vancouver-focused ‘Living cities’ video and a series of ‘Canadian Moments in Rugby, brought to you by Grosvenor,’ which played several times over the weekend.

The tournament had a positive impact on the local economy with $17.8 million being spent, and has elevated Rugby’s profile in Canada. Vancouver once again proved itself a vibrant sporting city, much like it did during the 2010 Olympics.

Grosvenor Americas’ partnership with the Sevens continues through 2017.

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