Free to Build Bigger

René Ammann
5. April 2021
Since it sits on indigenous land, the Sen̓áḵw development — designed by Revery Architecture for the Squamish Nation in partnership with Westbank — can bypass Vancouver's zoning restrictions and its lengthy application and review processes; construction could begin later this year. (Image: Revery Architecture / Westbank / Squamish First Nation)

Number of skyscrapers up to 59 stories containing approximately 6,000 mostly rental apartments in the 12-acre development planned by the Canadian indigenous group Squamish First Nation in Vancouver, the second-most-expensive city in the world (after Hong Kong): 12

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