Glass-arch complex eyed for Expo 86 grounds

A massive glass arch structure framing BC Place is included in a plan Vancouver city council is looking at for the redevelopment of part of the old Expo 86 grounds and Plaza of Nations on the False Creek waterfront.

Council had already endorsed development of north False Creek in October and is now considering a rezoning application for 750 Pacific Blvd. from architect James Cheng, which includes artists' renderings of the proposed site.Cheng is well known for designing glass towers in Vancouver, including the 62-storey Shangri-La, the city's tallest building.



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