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New Downtown Vancouver Office Building Construction Update

New Downtown Vancouver Office Building Construction Update

Construction is well under way for 3 high-profile office building developments surrounding our Lee & Associates office in downtown Vancouver and we’ve taken some photos of the current progress. We plan on providing updates of the buildings as construction progresses monthly, so expect updated photos in late-June.

402 DUNSMUIR BUILDING BY OXFORD PROPERTIES

Expected completion is Q1 2020
147,000 SF | 100% preleased to Amazon

Status: The green roof of the 9 storey building has been built. Building exterior glazing is being installed on the lower floors.

Plaza refresh of Oxford’s 401 West Georgia Street
THE POST REDEVELOPMENT BY QUADREAL

Expected completion is Q3 2022/Q2 2023
1,085,907 SF | 40% preleased to Amazon

Status: Demolition of the floors and openings inside of the existing building is ongoing. 76 of 120 footings have been replaced to date and shoring work for West Georgia Plaza continues.

400 WEST GEORGIA BY WESTBANK AND ALLIED

Expected completion is Q2 2020
346,000 SF | 100% preleased to Deloitte, Spaces & Apple

Status: Underground parking levels are being built and approaching grade level. Core of the building is now above grade.

Jason Marriott

For more information, please contact:

Jason Marriott
Associate Vice President, Office Sales and Leasing
OFFICE: (604) 630-3394
MOBILE: (604) 551-0409
EMAIL: jason.marriott@lee-associates.com

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