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Website Rouses Opposition To Proposed Northeast False Creek Towers’ Impact On Views Of North Shore Mountains

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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