[Via Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership Architects] The downtown development boom continues with the recently proposed 32-storey office tower at 753 Seymour Street. The project comes as a result of the Telus Garden construction zone that has promised to transform an otherwise commercial dead zone in the downtown core. 753 Seymour would replace a parkade that services the neighbouring Scotia Tower. The site sits mid-block between West Georgia and Robson Street and will have a retail component at grade. Noted architect, Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership is heading the project, and pretty much every other office tower project downtown. No word on timing just yet but some preliminary renderings have been released. The tower doesn't appear to be anything out of the ordinary for current downtown developments (new and old), but the new tower will surely brighten up the Seymour Street area and mirror the same quality of development that we can expect from the completion of the Telus Tower across the street.
· 753 Seymour Street [Changing City Updates]
· 32 Storey Office Tower Proposed For 753 Seymour Street [Vancity Buzz]