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Celebrate the unveiling of Canada’s most iconic community.  See all that River Green has to offer.
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INTERIOR

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THE OVAL

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NATURE

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Patrick Chan – River GReen & Aspac Lifestyle Partners Experience


ASPAC DEVELOPMENTS LTD.

THE CONFIDENCE OF EXPERIENCE

Between 1993 and 2008, the team at Aspac turned an industrial waterfront strip along the northern edge of Vancouver’s downtown peninsula into one of the city’s most prestigious addresses. Today, Coal Harbour is a blend of refined residential towers and townhomes complete with an eight-acre waterfront park, community centre, boutique shops and a 250-berth marina. Now, standing upon the site of River Green, Aspac is having a remarkable sense of déjà vu. This new site also boasts dramatic, unbroken views across precious waterfront. Like Coal Harbour, it inspires the same pulse quickening sense of possibility, and soon it, too, will be a teeming hub of urban activity.

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1993 ASPAC BEGINS PLANS FOR COAL HARBOUR
1997 – 2003 THE FIVE TOWERS OF WATERFRONT PLACE IN COAL HARBOUR ARE COMPLETED AND SOLD OUT
2003 ONE HARBOUR GREEN IN COAL HARBOUR SELLS OUT IN A RECORD 10 WEEKS. THE PENTHOUSE SETS A RECORD SELLING PRICE FOR VANCOUVER
2005 TWO HARBOUR GREEN SELLS OUT IN RECORD TIME AND ITS PENTHOUSE SETS ANOTHER RECORD SELLING PRICE FOR VANCOUVER
2007 The Wesbrook at UBC comes to market. Aspac wins the bid to develop the Richmond Oval Waterfront Lands. River Green is born.
2008 Aspac brings the last waterfront property at Coal Harbour, Three Harbour Green, to market.
2009 – 2010 The Wesbrook at UBC is completed and sold out.
2010 The first residences at River Green are brought to market.
2012 Three Harbour Green is completed.
2013 Phase 1 of River Green is completed.
2014 Phase 1 of River Green wins Lulu Awards for residential and mixed-use (high rise) urban design.