Leading the world in master-planned design
Leading the world in master-planned design
Freedom & flexibility of living well
Building more than bricks & mortar
Ease of living comes from award-winning interior design and building amenities that ensure your home's lasting value. Confidence comes from Concord's stellar 30-year record developing Canada's largest master-planned communities centred around city shopping, walkability, public art and green spaces, and connected transit hubs.
Concord takes the lead in superior amenity offerings through its exclusive contract with award-winning LIV interiors. Timeless design, natural materials, and a choice of four liveable floorplans to embrace the outdoors and panoramic city views. Smart storage solutions build space-saving into every corner of your home.
Our amenity-rich master-planned urban communities are anchored by an in-depth portfolio of services, restaurants, and financial institutions, including some of the world's most recognizable brands - from HSBC to Starbucks. In Vancouver, we're home to Canada's first Urban Fare market and first urban Costco; Sobeys isn ow part of Concord's CityPlace in Toronto. Our portfolio boasts celebrated international retail brands, including Prada, De Beers, Hublot, Saint Laurent, Tory Burch, Off-white, and Moncler. Open to a world of shopping outside your door.
Whether your purchase is a home or an investment, Concord Pacific understands that long-term value is at the forefront of your purchase decision. It's why the company selects optimal sites tied to transit lines - locations with the largest potential for growth. This same attention to detail goes into developing communities of architectural distinction. Quality materials and craftsmanship showcase natural stone, marble, and durable hardwoods. At Concord, every detail of the design process is continually honed and refined.
- Karen Mills, Public Art Curator & Consultant
For nearly three decades, Concord has been making art accessible to everyone by establishing Canada's largest public art program. Adding colour, texture, and design, the public art program instills a unique sense of place to Concord communities, parks, and public landscapes. Future art commissions include a collection of Canadian-themed installations at Concord Canada House in Toronto and Woodsy Park in North York. Canada's largest suspended art piece will span approximately 30 metres (100 feet) over the public space at the new Arc building in Vancouver.
Concord Pacific defines FLOW as "fluid lifestyles for optimal wellness". Flow is that comfortable zone where you can relax knowing you've chosen a well-designed property that meets your needs, whether you're downsizing, starting a home-based business, or seeking to socialize among new nearby friends. It's an ease of lifestyle where smart technology and energy-saving innovation makes life carefree. It's knowing that you can live, work, and socialize in a purpose-planned community designed for maximum flexibility, convenience, productivity, and fun.
Concord if the first community in Canada to provide high-speed internet fibre to its communities, ensuring reliable, high-speed internet access in al its home/work spaces. Connectivity is ensured through near-field communications (NFC) in elevators and hands-free intelligence that allows uninterrupted Wi=Fi connection to flow through all shared spaces.
Concord's ergonomic testing leads to superior touches that make everyday living easy. Look for swing-out storage arms to bring "magic corners" to well-designed L-shaped kitchens. Bathrooms include convenience pull-out holsters for hairdryers. Each Concord community is custom-tailored with a variety of fun options for achieving FLOW, from popular spin centres to Zen-like yoga pavilions, and outdoor theatre set-ups for watching movies under the stars. Pedestrian-only walkways and seawalls lead to restaurants, cafes, pubs, spas, and shopping.
Concord is currently developing large scale integrated workplace communities for the future. Many buildings now feature an on-site Concord Campus providing different sizes and types of WiFi-enabled work spaces, boardrooms for teleconferences, collaboration tables, meeting rooms, and business lounges. It's freedom forward work-at-home living.
Concord sponsors and hosts several major public events year-round including: Run for the Cure, Canada Day at Concord City Place; Vancouver Jazz Festival; Diner En Blanc; North Shore CityFEST; Surrey Fusion Festival; Party for the Planet; Vancouver Sun Run; Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association; Surrey Tree Lightning Festival; and the Indian Summer Festival.
The Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival has grown to become North America's flagship dragon festival, attracting up to 6,000 international racers and 100,000 spectators to Concord Pacific Place and the waters of False Creek each year in June.
Concord is also renowned as the longest running sponsor of Vancouver's annual summer fireworks competition, the Celebration of Light.
During the winter months, family-friendly events include Concord's New Year's Eve Vancouver, Heritage Christmas at the Burnaby Village Museum presented by Concord Pacific, and Concord Christmas Weekend at the Roundhouse. In Toronto, Concord CityPlace supports public skating.
Supporting children and youth has always been a focus of Concord Pacific. In urban settings, where both parents often work while raising a family, Concord helps support after school programs, elementary schools, daycares, and Vancouver Society of Children's Centres. Along with supporting youth sports through the Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival, Concord also supports Arts Umbrella programs that help keep youth involved. Children also benefit from healthcare funding donated to BC Children's Hospital.
Recently, Concord Pacific learned that children from the nearby Strathcona neighbourhood in East Vancouver were going to school hungry. In response, Concord immediately cut a cheque for the Strathcona Community Centre's Breakfast and Food Security Program. This program serves nearby schools with a population of 96 to 99 percent at-risk children. Concord also donated funds to the Roundhouse Community Centre to help ensure that children living downtown are also unaffected by hunger.
In addition to its support of children and youth programs, Concord partners with and supports the Greater Vancouver Food Bank; Canadian Cancer Society; Coast Mental Health Foundation; Rotary Clubs; Vancouver Chinatown Foundation; Diamond Rally Charity Challenge; United Way of Lower Mainland; senior assisted-living programs through the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Foundation; and Vancouver's Downtown Eastside programs and housing initiatives
Concord Pacific Place, Canada's largest master-planned community, meets LEED Gold standards for neighbourhood development. Prime elements of this model plan have been copied by major cities around the world and are built into our future communities. As a company, no other residential developer in North America has achieved Concord's levels of carbon reduction and energy creation. Having build 130 residential towers and as many as 3,000 residential units a year - nearly all attached to transit lines - Concord is innately green.
Our focus is to design large scale green communities and infrastructure that reduce energy usage, while supporting the green energy grid. Walkable amenities replace thousands of single vehicle trips per day in our local communities. High-rise buildings with shared walls manage heating and cooling far more efficiently than single family homes. Concord is the first urban community builder to offset its energy use with clean energy producing projects of scale
Concord takes this philosophy further into the future by:
Concord Green Energy is acquiring a portfolio of five solar farms in Ontario totalling 49MW. Also in Ontario, Concord Green Energy is in a joint venture in a 10MW farm under construction.
Skookum Power is a 25MW run-of-river hydro-electricity project that will deliver clean renewable electricity to BC residents.
First urban community builder to offset its energy use with clean energy producing projects of scale. Red Lily is the largest independent wind power project in Saskatchewan and will contribute significantly toward Canadian carbon reductions.
Amisk is a $3.5B Hydroelectric Project planned in Alberta. Once constructed, it will be Alberta's largest hydroelectric project generating enough green energy to power approximately half a million homes.