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Concord Brentwood by Francl Architects and James K.M. Cheng Architects

by Simon Yuen on Jul 18, 2016 in Architecture
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Canadian architectural firm Francl Architects and James K.M. Cheng Architects design Concord Brentwood in Vancouver

Located at Burnaby, Vancouver, Concord Brentwood by Canadian developer Concord Pacific is the city’s latest project, consisting of 10 buildings with three million sq-f gross floor area.

Building Rendering

The buildings are supported by columns so residents even living at the lowest floor can still enjoy greenery around. Concord Brentwood spans over 26 hectares and half of it is designed as green space and parks by PFS Studio, which makes the area a comfortable and cozy living zone.

BrentwoodAerial

Concord Brentwood has its own luxurious clubhouse with facilities including gymnasium, music room and movie theatre. Other environmentally-friendly and smart features include a charging station for electric vehicles, up-to-date air-conditioning systems and rapid elevators.

Fitness Centre_Gym_Final

“Concord Brentwood is part of the Concord Pacific Place in the city of Vancouver, which is a highly successful development as it combines comfort and convenience in the heart of the city. Concord Brentwood will surely be the best area of the project,” says Grant Murray, senior vice-president of sales at Concord Pacific.

Concord Brentwood is part of Concord Pacific Place, built on former industrial lands after Expo 86, and also an example of Vancouverism – large residential population with mixed-use developments, usually with medium-height commercial base and high-rise  towers. The community also heavily rely on mass public transit and has large green spaces. 

 

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