In partnership with Rugged Coast Research Society, the developer removed 7,000 kgs of debris from Vancouver Island.
B.C. developer Townline Homes has partnered with Rugged Coast Research Society, a non-profit on Vancouver Island, to raise awareness about ocean plastics and how the construction industry can embrace a more circular economy.
Plans to redevelop the Alpen Club on Victoria Drive are moving forward, with a development application filed for a six-storey building on the property.
The Vancouver Alpen Club is pushing forward with a redevelopment of its 72-year-old building at the northwest corner of the intersection of Victoria Drive and East 33rd Avenue.
“Rise and Fall.” a striking 21-foot-high outdoor art installation, was recently unveiled by at 4711 Hazel St. in Metrotown.
The City of Victoria has approved a 16-storey purpose-built rental building that will include first-of-a-kind co-living suites. Vancouver-based developer, Townline, received unanimous approval for the unique housing model after a City of Victoria public hearing last week.
Residents of Luxe Lansdowne, a 363-unit project to rise in the heart of Richmond, will have myriad on-site amenities from which to choose — amenities that will eventually be augmented enormously by the offerings across the street.
Construction is poised to begin this summer for Chinatown’s first ground-up high-rise building in decades. Harmony, a joint venture between Canadian real estate firms Forme Development and Townline, will rise at the former site of a shopping center at 942 North Broadway.
The federal government is providing a local developer with a $100-million loan to build a new affordable rental building in downtown Victoria. The loan will go towards the development of the Hudson Place 2 apartment tower at 1700 Blanshard St.
The distinctive gables, stone and wood detailing that define Townline Homes’ Forester development at Burke Mountain, Coquitlam, evoke a Whistler-inspired, mountain-craftsman style for the 100-home project that benefits from its proximity to forests and trails and the site of the future Burke Mountain Village.
Renters in Maple Ridge could soon have a new option in the downtown core. Maple Ridge council is in the process of approving a plan for 209 new rental apartments in a five-storey complex. It will be comprised of two buildings located at 12155 Edge St., which is directly across from Eric Langton Elementary.
It started with the conversion of downtown Victoria’s iconic Hudson’s Bay building into a uniquely historic condominium project called The Hudson Building. Vancouver-based developer Townline completed the heritage restoration, in the 1700 block of Douglas Street, in 2010.
Variety – the Children’s Charity and Global BC are thrilled to announce that this year’s Variety Week has raised a total of $2,624,487 to help BC’s kids with special needs.
The tallest building on Vancouver Island is officially complete. After three years of construction, the 25-storey Hudson Place One, on the site of the former Hudson’s Bay parkade in the 700 block of Herald Street, has been capped and is ready for occupancy early next month.
An upcoming downtown Victoria development plans to host a unique co-living situation for more than a third of its 121 rental units. The 16-storey project by Townline Homes Inc. at 1468 Vancouver Street will include 54 co-living suites, ranging in size from three to five bedrooms.
Protecting the most at-risk citizens, including low-income residents, many of whom are seniors or have health conditions, from the COVID-19 virus is essential for ensuring the health of the entire city.
GBL Architects says the second tower of The Holland, Townline Homes’ community on Old Yale Road and 133 St. in Surrey, has received unanimous support from the city’s Advisory Design Panel.
Vancouver remains one of the most desirable places to live in the country. But rising costs have led many to explore opportunities for homeownership elsewhere in Metro Vancouver.
The Victoria Hospitals Foundation is celebrating a significant donation to their Big Picture Campaign, which was able to purchase a new 3 Tesla (3T) MRI machine for the Royal Jubilee Hospital. Townline, a real estate developer in Victoria and Vancouver, has donated $600,000.
Townline takes pride in being able to offer well-thought-through spaces that are much more functional than some larger spaces built in the past.
Earning the title of Victoria’s tallest building, construction of Hudson Place One is now well underway – with a great selection of homes still available, you could move-in by early 2020! Offering up picturesque ocean, mountain and skyline views of our beautiful city, the 26-floor tower will have you falling in love with Victoria all over again.
While Townline’s 25-storey Hudson Place One residential tower will stand out as the tallest building in Victoria when completed in 2020, a 30-foot-high illuminated installation on top of the structure will be an unmistakable beacon for locals and visitors to the province’s capital city.
Earlier this year, the City of Victoria approved the construction of the tallest tower to ever grace the horizon on Vancouver Island. The 26 storey mixed-use building at 777 Herald Street is designed by popular Vancouver-based Rafii Architects and built by Townline developers.
A giant addition to Victoria’s skyline is now on the horizon. As of Thursday, April 12th, the motion to grant a development permit for a 26 storey mixed-use building at 777 Herald Street was passed, five votes to three. Set to be Victoria’s tallest building, the structure will contain 176 residential units, with a rooftop patio and a 1500 sq. ft. ground floor reserved for commercial use.
Developer Townline has won city hall approval to construct Victoria’s tallest building at 26 storeys, and maybe its deepest, too. In a 5-3 vote, Victoria council approved a development permit and variances for the 777 Herald St. condo project.
An initiative by the developer putting the finishing touches on The Strand condo project in Port Moody helped put those 84 units within reach of first-time home buyers. But the city’s mayor says making housing affordable should be the product of government policy working in collaboration with developers.
One of Richmond’s most prominent developers, who believes the free market should dictate where people live, announced he is making a significant contribution to the City of Richmond’s reserve account for subsidized, affordable housing.
Savvy buyers of new apartments in Metro Vancouver tend to do their research on who’s building them. Good reputations take years to develop and the people at Townline are using the company’s reputation for quality in their sales pitch for The Parker, a new 47-home development in the ever-popular Cambie corridor.
A B.C. developer is proposing a plan to sell condos in a new Port Moody building to people who don’t have the cash for a down payment. Townline Homes has worked with BC Housing to structure the program, which will offer first-time buyers the chance to purchase a unit in The Strand for eight per cent less than the appraised market value.
It’s a bold promise catching the eye of many within B.C.’s tough housing market. Townline Homes Inc. is offering what it calls a “historic” zero per cent down offer on its development in Port Moody.