In spring 2018, the Chain & Forge public space was initiated as a pilot project to respond to the Granville Island 2040 strategies of Embracing Arts & Innovation and Restoring & Sustaining the Public Realm. Named after the Canada Chain & Forge Factory that operated on the site during Granville Island’s industrial era, it was […]Read More
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Granville Island’s new parking system aims to increase parking availability, improve traffic flow, and simplify parking for visitors and tenants. The proposed new parking system will be implemented in summer 2019. Read the Draft Parking Management StrategyRead More
As part of the consultation for Granville Island 2040: Bridging Past and Future and the Transportation Strategy, CMHC-Granville Island heard the need to improve access for all transportation modes. For vehicles, this includes improving parking. Based on feedback from the public and our tenants, we created three new parking scenarios to show how parking could […]Read More
Help us shape this new space on Granville Island. Following the relocation of Emily Carr University of Art + Design (ECUAD), CMHC-Granville Island has begun the process of redeveloping ECUAD’s north building into the Arts & Innovation Hub in line with the Granville Island 2040 vision. The Hub will be a new destination on Granville […]Read More