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Website rouses opposition to proposed Northeast False Creek towers’ impact on views of North Shore mountains

By Charlie Smith for Straighjt

A proposal for a 400-foot building near B.C. Place Stadium has some worried about the loss of some of Vancouver’s most exquisite views.

On Tuesday (July 24), city council is expected to vote on a rezoning application by B.C. Pavilion Corporation for a 400,000-square-foot mixed use building.

It’s one of three towers proposed as part of the Northeast False Creek neighbourhood plan.

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The general manager of planning, urban design, and sustainability, Gil Kelley, has recommended that council grant approval in principle.

But opponents say that it will have a terrible impact on the appearance of the North Shore mountains from the view cone at Cambie Street and West 10th Avenue.

They’ve created a website, SaveOurSkyline, to generate opposition among the public.

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