Granville Island announces its newest project, ART SMASH, a celebration of visual art in public spaces. For its inaugural year, Granville Island has been working with the team from Vancouver Mural Festival to bring together 10 artists to create new murals that will transform our newest public space, the Chain and Forge, into a vibrant […]Read More
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We want your input as we develop a transportation strategy for Granville Island. CMHC-Granville Island is moving forward on a key pillar of the Granville Island 2040 vision that aims to “Improve Access” to the island. In order to realize this vision, we are creating a transportation strategy that will outline a set of coordinated […]Read More
Popina Canteen, a gourmet counter-service restaurant housed in repurposed shipping containers, will be opening this summer on Granville Island. The concept is a collaboration among four of Vancouver’s most renowned chefs – Angus An, Robert Belcham, Hamid Salimian and Joël Watanabe. “We have been playing with the idea of a collaboration project for years. Popina […]Read More
Granville Island 2040: Bridging Past & Future, released in May 2017, recognizes and builds on the achievements of the past, addresses current challenges and opportunities, and shapes a vision of the future with imagination and bold ideas. Here are updates on some of the key projects we have been working on: Our New Mission and […]Read More
VANCOUVER, May 23, 2017 – Improving accessibility, creating a market district, developing a more vibrant arts & innovation sector, and enhancing the public realm are the key recommended strategies of Granville Island 2040: Bridging Past & Future, which was released today by CMHC-Granville Island. “This is a bold, comprehensive, long-term vision for Granville Island that […]Read More