In April of 2006, the City of Vancouver selected Millennium Properties to develop the Southeast False Creek Olympic Village to house over 2,800 athletes, coaches, and officials for the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. The 17 acres of land was previously used for shipbuilding, and heavy steel fabrication during and after the World Wars.
The project was completed in the summer of 2009, ahead of the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Bordered by Cambie, Main, West 2nd Avenue, and False Creek. The City of Vancouver estimates that by 2020, the Olympic Village will be home to up to 16,000 residents.
Masterful planning means that you are never more than five minutes away from daily needs, or weekend hangouts.
The Creekside Community Recreation Centre provides the unique convenience of venturing into False Creek, and the Seawall provides an arterial connection to the city centre.
The Olympic Village is the first development in North America with a LEED Platinum certification, meaning the neighbourhood uses exactly as much energy as it generates.
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