Past Projects

Central Estates

Richmond (December 2017)

Park Estates

Richmond (November 2017)

The Met2

Burnaby (2017)

Park Avenue & Park Avenue West

Surrey (December 2016, September 2017)

Concord Gardens

Richmond (July - September 2016)

Monet

Richmond (September 2015)

The Met

Burnaby (July 2015)

Omega

Richmond (September 2014)

Alexandra

Vancouver (November 2013)

Uptown

Vancouver (February 2013)

Cosmo

Vancouver (April 2012)

Park Place

Surrey (November 2011)

The Erickson

Vancouver (January 2010)

The Grand On Oak

Vancouver (December 2009)

Smart

Vancouver (December 2009)

TV Towers

Vancouver (June 2009)

Fullerton

Richmond (December 2008)

Flagship

Vancouver (December 2008)

Mariner

Vancouver (November 2008)

Coopers Lookout

Vancouver (November 2006)

Coopers Pointe

Vancouver (December 2007)

Spectrum

Vancouver (November 2007)

Silver Sea

Vancouver (December 2006)

Icon

Vancouver (August 2006)

Aqua

Vancouver (December 2005)

King’s Landing

Vancouver (November 2005)

The Max

Vancouver (August 2005)

Park West

Vancouver (April 2005)

Azura

Vancouver (August 2004)

Waterford

Vancouver (August 2003)

The Concord

Vancouver (May 2003)

West One

Vancouver (January 2003)

QuayWest

Vancouver (January 2002)

Marinaside

Vancouver (November 2000)

Aquarius

Vancouver (August 1999)

Columbus

Vancouver (October 1998)

Landmark 33

Vancouver (February 1998)

Yaletown Limited Edition

Vancouver (December 1997)

The Waterworks

Vancouver (December 1997)

Crestmark

Vancouver (June 1997)

Peninsula

Vancouver (October 1996)

Concordia Tower

Vancouver (February 1996)

Governor’s Tower & Villa

Vancouver (January 1994)

News and Media

December 12, 2018

Concord Pacific + Global BC’s Kindness Pays Forward Charity Vote

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December 5, 2018

Concord’s New Year’s Eve Vancouver

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Concord’s Public Art Canada’s Largest Public Art Program

Concord’s public art program creates a sense of place in its parks, public landscapes and on the towers they build. Concord’s future art commissions will include a collection of Canadian themed installations at Concord Canada House in Toronto, Woodsy Park in North York, and Canada’s largest suspended art piece spanning over 90 feet over the public space at the new Arc building in Vancouver.

Public Art

Approaching Red (2013)
Maha Mustafa

Public Art

Approaching Red (2013)
Maha Mustafa

Customer Care

The Concord Community Advantage offers the homeowner confidence and industry leading conveniences you expect from the maker of Canada’s largest communities. Concord’s award winning team is there from the beginning and throughout the process. We provide not only customer service, but leasing, sales, rental opportunities and full service telecommunications services.

In The Community

Beyond building homes and contributing parks, recreation facilities, amenities, school sites, seawall walkways and daycares, Concord supports the people in their communities through family oriented events and charities.

Community Events

December 1st to January 4th

Bright in Burnaby – Heritage Christmas

Burnaby Village Museum
Burnaby, B.C.

December 31st

Concord’s New Year’s Eve Vancouver

Canada Place
Vancouver, B.C.

Innovative Group of Companies