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the building will be located at the corner of West Broadway and Oak
Street in Vancouver.
"The building will include up to 90,000 square feet of LEED Gold
commercial space with main floor retail, eight floors of office space
and a second floor amenity area," it says, noting that amenities
include a fitness facility and yoga room.
988 West Broadway also will have a coffee shop and meeting area
on its main floor, and a future connection to transit with a SkyTrain
station in the building's base. The building also will have efficient
floor plates and state-of-the-art building systems.
"988 was designed in conjunction with an office planning professional to ensure efficiency and flexibility," BlueSky says, noting
that benefits of tenancy in a LEED Gold building include increased
Tenants also will experience increased worker recruitment and
retention, lower operation and maintenance costs, and the opportunity for market differentiation. BlueSky adds that the environment
also reduces absenteeism and is proven to be healthier and more
satisfying for employees.
The building also will offer local amenities, as well, including access to several bus routes. "[There are also] hundreds of restaurants,
banks, cafes, hotels, shops and services within the immediate area,"
the company adds.
grated from Italy to Canada. "For five decades, the Bosa name has
been synonymous with style, quality and extraordinary value,"
the company says.
"Our loyal following of homeowners know that, with a Robert
Bosa home, they'll receive features they can't find everywhere else
as well as a level of craftsmanship that only comes from a family-builder whose roots in construction run this deep," BlueSky says.
"The proof of their dedication is visible all across Metro Vancouver
in homes that endure, and in communities that stay sound, strong,
comfortable and highly sought after."
As a developer, BlueSky says it refuses to be boxed in. "We're busy
creating everything from rental apartments to commercial buildings
to high-style residences in some of the city's most important neighborhoods - and backing each one with our family's 50 years in the
business," it says.
BlueSky's industry experience, it notes, has allowed it to bring
fresh thinking on how to better build low-rise, high-rise, commercial, residential, rental and ownership projects. "And on every one,
we question the status quo a million times," it says.
Synonymous with Style
Based in Vancouver, BlueSky is a Robert Bosa Family Company,
which began homebuilding in the 1960s after the family emiAxiom Builders specializes in long-term
relationships with its developer clients,
while respecting their bottom lines.
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