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Our North American property business has acquired the Oakridge Transit Centre (OTC), one of the largest undeveloped sites in Vancouver, with plans to turn the 14-acre site into a new 1.5 million square foot, mixed-use community.
Furthering its investment in the East Bay, Grosvenor’s latest project will add 225 rental residences, including affordable housing, near transit.
7.9-acre site to feature six residential towers with 3,500 homes including 2,450 rentals, new community centre and unprecedented public spaces for residents and the community.
First-of-its-kind community amenity contribution will provide 22,000-sq.-ft. of affordable and secure multi-purpose space for working artists in Vancouver.
Grosvenor Europe has increased its Green Star rating to 5 in the 2021 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) reporting. As part of the corporate rankings, Grosvenor Europe scored 88 and 92 points for its investment and development activity respectively, placing it in the top five companies of its peer group.
Grosvenor is to start on site on its speculative 65,000 sq ft office development above the Elizabeth line’s Bond Street western ticket hall following the handover of the site by Transport for London.
New retail and restaurant spaces come to the market in London’s premier design destination.
London’s second largest garden square to become an extraordinary urban garden with ground-breaking environmental credentials.