Los Angeles is always evolving, but some neighborhoods change faster than others. Projecting a few years forward, it’s hard to imagine any part of the city looking as different as Koreatown. The Village: East and West will leave their mark on the new cityscape at the corner of Manhattan and Olympic Boulevard.
A singular tower, a higher place, with a generous use of exterior granite adding a sense of permanence, integrating materials to echo the stunning Iona building, all while retaining a sense of individual identity. Corus features spacious homes on 13 floors, and modern yet timeless architecture by Hancock Bruckner Eng. And Wright.
Opsal stands tall, towering 24 storeys over southeast false creek – and reaching almost a century into the past. Industrial heritage preserved. The chevron shaped profile on the southeast corner gives it a strong presence, and industrial elements honor the sites industrial heritage. This sleek concrete tower rises adjacent the Steel Toad — Bastion’s restored, turn of the century, large timber frame landmark building.
Bastion is pleased to offer a variety of rental properties in some of the lower mainland’s most desirable neighbourhoods. Our aim is to provide residents with an exceptional living space surrounded by unparalleled urban and natural amenities, all with the flexibility that renting offers. Bastion’s rental homes are professionally managed and maintained, ensuring carefree living in a choice of sought-after locations.
Bastion’s portfolio of commercial projects spans single-storey retail to multi-level office buildings, warehouse facilities and large industrial parks. Our experience also includes mixed-use buildings that combine ground-level commercial/retail space and residential units. We focus on comprehensive planning early on creating a coherent overall concept that takes into account site specifics, architectural design, landscaping, parking, and other project requirements, including optimizing functionality for those who will be working in the space once it’s complete.
Bastion chooses projects, in part, for the stories they tell. They look at the character of a neighbourhood and determine how to build a community that compliments it, enhances it and keeps the story unfolding. The Proximity tower is such a building, and it stands as a visible reminder of the Vancouver’s industrial history. This sleek concrete tower rises adjacent Opsal Steel — Bastion’s restored, turn of the century, large timber frame landmark building.
Oliver is a newly constructed mixed-use project in heart of Culver City West, directly in the path of the technology explosion. This property falls within renowned Culver City Unified School District and is in the immediate proximity to Venice, Marina Del Rey, Playa Del Rey and Santa Monica.
Completed in 2013, Landmark 19 is indicative of Culver City’s trending urban renewal. Just steps from Costco and other essential services, Landmark 19 provides an exceptional living space surrounded by unparalleled urban and natural amenities, all with the flexibility that renting offers.
Park Place is Bastion’s seventh Arbutus walk neighbourhood project and is located directly across from the beautiful Rosemary Brown Park, one block south of the western terminus of the Millennium Line skytrain extension. Park Place exemplifies the unfolding neighbourhood story. With a complimentary architectural design, it’s the final piece to Bastion’s New York style modernist enclave.