Concord Pacific is floating new renderings and details of its plans to redevelop the former Molson Coors brewery site in Vancouver, a large 7.6-acre site located between the Burrard Bridge and Granville Island.
It’s a prime piece of land that epitomized the height of the real estate boom when it was sold in 2016, but it sits in limbo, partly, because it’s zoned for industrial use.
A new online marketing brochure, now locked by password, shows Concord is eyeing a massive redevelopment with some 1.8 million-square-feet that will include 300,000-sq. ft of mixed and residential use with office, retail, restaurant and showroom spaces, plus some 3,000 residential units.
A promotional video, posted by the company in June to highlight its developments across Canada and around the world, referred to the property and showed a rendering of it as an upcoming project named Quantum Park.