In Burnaby, British Columbia, just outside of Vancouver, Station Square has been designed for the future. The development—to be completed in 3 phases—includes five planned multiuse condominium towers (and a pedestrian streetscape) that connect residents to amenities, retail, public plazas and transportation to encourage a cohesive, walkable community. When all five towers are completed, Station Square will house 2,000 residences, 150,000 sq. ft. of office space and 330,000 sq. ft. of restaurants, retail and services. The inaugural tower sold out in two days. In 2015, residents moved into that first tower while construction began on the next two towers (Phase 2). Scheduled to be completed during spring 2017, the 2-tower project is currently 3 months ahead of schedule, thanks to Doka’s preassembly formwork systems that help streamline vertical concrete construction processes.
Jahr der Fertigstellung
Two Pillars Construction Ltd. Architect
Chris Diekeakos Architects, Inc.
Type of structure:
High-rise multiuse condominium towers
Sq. ft. per floor:
Tower 2, 9,292 ft.
Tower 3, 9,253 ft.