The Pearson Dogwood Lands, a 25-acre site owned by Vancouver Coastal Health, could be getting a cluster of towers, park space and more! The project's final draft will be unveiled September 12. Plans for the site include a mixed-use development anywhere from 3 - 28 storeys high which would include health care housing, community amenities, and park space. There are also whispers that there will be an additional skytrain stop added to the Canada Line at West 57th and Cambie Street to accommodate the new residents. The land is valued at $100 million and VCH has made it clear they are not going to sell. VCH is looking to secure a long term lease with a developer, similar to the model that UBC has implemented for their developments around campus. The land has been identified as an area of significant development potential and residents have a chance to check out what the city has in mind at the open house this week which is taking place at the Pearson Dogwood Redevelopment Project Office at 601 West 59th Avenue.
· Pearson concept ready for its close up [Vancouver Courier]