On July 18th the Rize Construction and Development Team, along with several of the project designers, came together for an impromptu celebration of the groundbreaking at the Gold House construction site in Metrotown, Burnaby.
Urbanarium has started the conversation about future Vancouver by partnering up with Museum of Vancouver (MOV) to showcase Your Future Home: Creating the New Vancouver exhibit. The exhibit explores timely topics in Vancouver today – housing affordability, urban density, mobility, and public space. As part of this Urbanarium focus, the organization is hosting a debate […]
AyalaLand hand-picked Vancouver as it’s a leading city in diversity and sustainability and we are proud that AyalaLand selected us as their first Vancouver partner. We partnered with AyalaLand to develop The Independent and together we are working to build a landmark for the Mount Pleasant and Vancouver communities and our homeowners. AyalaLand partnered with […]
We would like to introduce you to The Independent through different perspectives – the perspectives of each individual that made this project happen. To begin the series, Individuals of The Independent, we interviewed Will Lin, CEO and Founder of Rize Alliance and Chris Vollan, VP of Development. Q: What drew you to invest into […]
Many women are now choosing careers in non-traditional fields, like construction. Thanks to organizations like the Canadian Construction Women, women are realizing that construction is about more than just hammers and hard hats, and are discovering the opportunities that exist for them in the industry. Rize Alliance’s Development Manager, Myra Shunny, is a member of […]
Christmas may still be a few days away, but Rize Alliance got an early present this year. The Rolston is finally complete! Many of our homeowners moved in earlier this month, just in time to settle in and put up their holiday decorations.
It turns out The Rolston’s presence in Vancouver’s Midtown neighbourhood hasn’t gone unnoticed. Last month, local newspaper 24 Hours interviewed our sales manager, Sean Stevens, about The Rolston’s distinctive geometric design. Our team has always loved the eye-catching design, but it turns out we weren’t alone. Pedestrians walking past have been stopping and pulling out their phones to snap pictures the tower’s unique architectural style.
As Rize Alliance prepares to hand off the keys to The Rolston, we hope that our pride and joy will one day be considered an iconic building in the downtown Vancouver skyline. In the meantime, our team members are reflecting on some of the iconic buildings around the world that have shaped our love of architecture and design.