The CEC is an integral part of the university’s greenhouse gas reduction program with the new high efficiency water heating plant and district hot-water distribution loop replacing the pre-existing steam boiler plant constructed in 1925, reducing emissions by 33%.
King Edward Villa is a six-storey, mixed-use building located at the corner of King Edward Avenue and Kingsway. The building is comprised of 77 apartments arranged over five floors of wood-frame construction, on top of street level commercial space and a basement parking garage, which are constructed in concrete.
Virtuoso is a 10,000m2, six-storey residential condominium building located in the Wesbrook Village neighbourhood on the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia (UBC). The building is the tenth project to be constructed by developer Adera at UBC, and the first to use a hybrid system of light wood-frame and mass timber construction. The six-storeys of wood sit on top of a two-storey underground parking garage that is constructed in concrete.
The Heights is a six-storey mixed-use building in the rapidly evolving Vancouver Heights neighbourhood. The 5,600 square metre building includes a basement parking garage, street level retail and five storeys of apartments above, with a total of 85 suites. The parking and retail space are constructed in concrete, while the five storeys of residential accommodation are of wood-frame construction.