Model Communities
and the future

Concord Pacific Developments Inc. was formed in 1987 to develop Concord Pacific Place on the former Expo Lands in downtown Vancouver. In the late 90’s, the group merged with the publicly listed Burcon Group, which controlled Oxford Properties that owned one of the largest office and retail portfolios in Canada. In the early 2000’s, Concord Pacific became a separate public company and was subsequently privatized.

The Concord Group of Companies success has continued with Canada’s largest skyline defining communities, Concord Pacific Place in Vancouver and Concord CityPlace in Toronto. Concord has further expanded with numerous large scale master-planned communities across the Canada and is now developing in the UK. Concord has completed over 130 residential and mixed use buildings with more than 50 in various stages of planning and development.

Over the past 25 years, the Concord Group of companies has also grown into other industry sectors including software and information technology, telecommunications, as well as green energy projects in solar, wind and hydroelectric power generation.

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Concord Reel

Timeline

1983

BC Place Stadium Constructed for Expo ‘86

1984

Construction of 158 structures for Expo '86 commenced

1986

22 Million People Visited Expo ‘86

1988

Concord Pacific acquires 
Expo ’86 lands – Largest Urban Master-Planned Project in North America

1989

Prompton Real Estate Services was formed to offer international and local customers integrated and seamless property management and sales support

1995

Completion of the 10-Acre David Lam Park – Over 20 acres of park delivered in one year to City residents

1996

Novus Entertainment- Integrated into most Concord communities, Novus offers the nation’s fastest internet, crystal-clear HDTV and home phone services

1997

Roundhouse Community Centre delivered to City residents – Vancouver’s first heritage conversion recreation centre

1997

Acquired Concord CityPlace Lands, Downtown Toronto

1998

Completion of Dorothy Lam Children’s Centre

1999

Completion of the 23,500 sq. ft. Urban Fare Grocery – First of its kind now emulated across North America

2000

Completion of the Marinaside Resort Residences

2002

Completion of Quayside Children’s Centre

2002

Completion of Quayside Marina, Vancouver’s First 
Strata Marina

2003

Completion of Optima and Apex - Toronto

2004

Completion of Elsie Roy Elementary School

2004

Completion of the 6.2 acre George Wainborn Park

2005

Completion of the Seawall segment from George Wainborn Park to Homer Street

2005

Completion of Harbourview 
Estates - Toronto

2006

Acquired Concord Park Place Lands in North York near Toronto

2007

Completion of Spectrum 1, 2, 3 & 4 and Coopers Pointe

2008

Completion of Coopers’ Lookout, Fullerton, Flagship and Mariner

2009

Completion of 
Montage - Toronto

2009

Completion of Coopers’ Park Phase 2 – total of over 30 acres of park to date

2009

Completion of Sea Star Children’s Centre

2010

2010 Olympic Winter Games Supporter and Host

2010

Completion of Seawall from David Lam Park to Homer Street – over 2km of fully completed Seawall now delivered to City residents

2010

Completion of The Erickson – Vancouver’s most awarded and renowned residential building. The only building to bear Arthur Erickson’s name

2011

Concord Green Energy was created. Concord Green Energy to explore and support a variety of zero carbon energy producing projects of scale

2011

Red Lily Wind Farm- 16 Wind Turbines in Saskatchewan

2012

Completion of Parade and the first penthouse/amenity sky bridge ever made - Toronto

2014

Acquired Wind Mobile

2014

Skookum Hydro Electric project began operation

2014

Canadian Solar – 
One of the seven solar projects in Ontario began operation

2015

Completion of 
The MET – Burnaby

2015

Acquired Westin Bayshore Vancouver

2015

Acquired Sundial
 Boutique Hotel

2016

Completion of One Pacific – Vancouver

2016

Completion of Concord Gardens – Richmond

2016

Completion of Park Avenue East – Surrey

2017

Completion of Concord Gardens Park Estates and Central Estates – Richmond

2017

Completion of MET2 – Burnaby

2017

Completion of Park Avenue West – Surrey

2017

Completion of Principal Place – London

2018

Completion of The Concord – Calgary

2019

Estimated Completion of The LakeShore and The LakeFront – Toronto

2019

Estimated Completion of W1 – Vancouver

2019

Estimated Completion of Concord Gardens Park Estates II and South Estates – Richmond

2019

Estimated Completion of Principal Tower – London

2019

Estimated Completion of
 The Arc – Vancouver

2019

Estimated Completion of Opus and Omega

2019

Estimated Completion of The Concord

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

April 10 Tuesday

Celebration of Light Press Conference

Concord Pacific Vancouver Presentation Centre
Vancouver, B.C.

April 14 Saturday

Party for the Planet

Surrey Civic Plaza
Surrey, B.C.

Where Liveable & Green
Communities Meet

The Most Livable

Liveability and green living is threaded throughout every level of our communities. Timeless design and materials, liveable floorplans that embrace the outdoors and smart storage solutions by LIV Interiors anchor every home. Concord has always pushed the bounds in amenity offerings, delivering the country’s most robust amenities shared by many to keep operating costs down. These comprehensive developments are often anchored by Concord built city parks, pathways, community amenities and services and are connected to transportation hubs and major businesses. Concord Pacific Place was the first and largest of its kind and meets LEED Gold standards for neighbourhood development. Elements of this model plan have been copied by major cities around the world and are built into Concords future communities. 

Integrated Storage

Living Room Patios

Integrated Storage

First Fully Fibre Community

Concord's Tech Green Approach

The Most Livable

Concord Pacific recognizes that transportation and temperature control are the largest energy draws in its communities. Its focus is to design green communities of scale and infrastructure that reduces energy usage while at the same time supporting the green energy grid. High-rise buildings with hundreds of homes share walls which manage heating and cooling far more efficiently than single family homes. High density master-planned communities connected to cities and mass transit greatly reduce our carbon footprint.

Concord takes this philosophy further in its current and future communities by:

  • Committing to automated smart building systems to make its buildings more energy efficient

  • Leading North America with progressive EV parking infrastructure

  • Building and developing Concord Green Energy power projects that offset the energy usage of our buildings many times over

Concord Tech

Concord Green Energy

Concord created Concord Green Energy to explore and support future communities with a variety of zero carbon energy producing projects. Concord Green Energy has projects of scale in wind, solar and hydro at various stages of planning, development, and operation across Canada. Concord’s current green energy projects can power more than twice the needs of all its communities.

Innovative Group of Companies

Concord is known for building Canada’s largest urban communities and servicing its buyers with one stop sales and leasing services. Over the past 25 years, the Concord Group of companies has diversified into other industry sectors including software and information technology, telecommunications, EV power infrastructure and acquiring green energy projects of scale in solar, wind and hydroelectric power generation. Most recently, Concord has expanded into hospitality including acquiring Vancouver’s premier resort hotel, the Westin Bayshore and the Sundial Hotel only steps from the Whistler and Blackcomb gondolas.

  • Maximizer
  • Prompton
  • Novus
  • Concord Green Energy
  • Westin
  • Sundial

Sundial Boutique Hotel

The Westin Bayshore Vancouver

Awards & Achievements

Development Award Highlights

  • 2000 UDI

    - Best Master Planned Community in B.C.
  • 2006 Georgie

    - King’s Landing, Best High Rise
  • 2000 Gold Nugget

    - The Aquarius, Best Mixed Use Project
  • 2016 Vancouver Sun

    - Concord Pacific, Readers’ Choice
  • 2010 Georgie

    - The Erickson, Best High Rise
  • 2016 UDI

    - One Pacific, Best Urban High Rise
  • 2010 UDI

    - The Erickson, Best of Show
  • 2017 Georgie

    - One Pacific, Best High Rise

Design Award Highlights

  • 2006 IDI Design Award of Excellence

    - One Pacific
  • 2016 Award of Merit IDI Design

    - Concord Alexandra