Granville at 70th
Granville at 70th, designed by Henriquez Partners Architects, redefines Vancouver’s West Side, creating a new community at the southern edge of the city, anchored by a Safeway grocery store.
Off Granville Street, the project's two residential towers rise skyward, offering panoramic views in all directions, while street-side townhomes amid lush gardens provide a more intimate experience. The community of Granville at 70th is defined by a host of amenities 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. The development is anchored by an expansive new Safeway and additional retail, contributing to the growth and vitality of the community.
Westbank has created a significant public art program with the Musqueam Nation for this project, enmeshing the art into the architecture in locations throughout.