Granville at 70th, designed by internationally heralded architects, Henriquez Partners, redefines Vancouver’s West Side.
Two towers reign skyward offering spectacular views. Street-side townhomes offer a more intimate style of living, amid lush gardens and boulevards. The community of Granville at 70th is defined by a host of vibrant features including live green-walls, rooftop groves and gardens, an outdoor yoga pavilion, indoor/outdoor entertainment lounge, a putting green, library, theatre, and "The Granville Club", with gym facilities, steam room and sauna. Anchoring the development is a deluxe new Safeway and additional retail.
Westbank has created a very substantial public art program with the Musquem Nation for this project, which once again involves the concept of enmeshing the art into the architecture.