Vancouver’s burgeoning False Creek Flats neighbourhood is home to an eclectic mix of artists, creatives, entrepreneurs, tech employers and students.
Article is keeping their rapidly growing team connected and inspired with unconventional office design.
The east side of Vancouver is home to a famously creative neighbourhood known for diversity, community, history, artistic expression—and many brew halls and coffee shops.
The secret to 20 years of success in a competitive industry? Staying true to your artistic roots.
The team at this family-owned furniture store want you to stop and smell the sofas.
They say it takes one day to pick out a new car, one week to pick out a new house, and 16 weeks to pick out a new sofa—and according to the team at CF Interiors, there’s a good reason for that: “We help you focus on the areas of your home that bring you comfort—like your sofa,” says Kathryn Lees, Marketing Director.
After donating land on Great Northern Way to the Universities’ Trust in 2001, Finning relocates their global head office to this newly emerging tech hub.
A new cafe, shop and events space in Strathcona acts as a catalyst for connection in the community.
The False Creek Flats community has a rich history with diverse periods of change and growth — 1010 Raymur is no exception.
Low Tide Properties acquired the Wenonah Apartments, a beautiful heritage building at 11th and Main, in 2013.
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2016 was the inaugural year of the Vancouver Mural Festival. This celebration of public art saw the creation of over 35 new murals from 40 artists around the world.
Update 1/15/2018: The Vancouver Sun has profiled Strathcona Beer Co. for its connection to the community and positive impact they have had on the area.
The year was 1867, and Vancouver was but a mere settlement. At the centre of industry was the Hastings Mill, founded by Captain Edward Stamp to produce lumber for the rapidly growing Pacific Northwest.