|Developer:||Millennium Southeast False Creek Properties Ltd.|
|Architect:||Merrick Architecture Borowski Lintott Sakumoto Fligg Limited|
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|Number of Storeys:||Parcel 3 - 3 Buildings - 11, 8 & 5; Parcel 4 - 2 Buildings - 12 & 7; Parcel 6 - 3 Buildings - 11, 8 & 4|
|Number of Units:||Parcel 3 - 166; Parcel 4 - 60; Parcel 6 - 89; Total 315|
Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) Gold Award of Excellence ($40 million – plus category) – 2010
North America’s first LEED Platinum Certified Neighbourhood by the American Green Building Council.
The award-winning Millennium Water mixed-use high-rise development in False Creek of Vancouver is the home of the 2010 Olympics and Paralympics' Athletes' Village.
ITC was responsible for Parcels 3, 4, and 6 which totaled 750,000 sqft and 328 luxury waterfront units designed by Arthur Erickson.
Millennium Water is a sustainability landmark and is the first community in North America to achieve LEED ND Platinum with its many sustainable features.
The development's sustainability features exceed the City of Vancouver's own green building strategy and the official development plan for False Creek - It truly set a new benchmark for sustainable community design and urban planning.
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