Project Experience

False Creek Flats, Vancouver BC

Coriolis is working with the Vancouver Economic Commission to help plan the future of the False Creek Flats area.  This largely industrial area is home to the new Emily Carr University of Art and Design and the proposed replacement for St. Paul’s Hospital, as well as the location of a wide range of technology, food, transportation, and other companies.  The purpose of the project is to explore the potential for the area to become a more diverse, dense, and sustainable employment precinct while continuing to accommodate rail, warehouse, and other industrial uses.

Transit Corridor Planning, Calgary AB

Coriolis is on the team selected for planning the proposed new north rapid transit line in Calgary. Our role includes analysis of urban development opportunities at proposed new station locations.

Town Centre Development Site, Esquimalt BC

Coriolis is managing an RFP process for the acquisition and development of a high density, mixed use site in the core of the waterfront community of Esquimalt, BC.  The project is intended to include residential, retail, office, and a new public library.

Municipal Real Estate Strategy, Richmond BC

The City of Richmond owns a large portfolio of real estate acquired for income generation, strategic investment, and economic development purposes. Coriolis worked with the City’s Real Estate Department to develop a strategic plan for the portfolio, including acquisitions, dispositions, governance, and targets for financial performance.  The Strategy was recently adopted by City Council.

Regional Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Metro Vancouver

The owners of a major Vancouver area regional shopping centre retained Coriolis to provide market analysis and financial modeling for a proposed complete redevelopment to include high density residential, ground floor retail, office, hotel, and other uses.

Transit Corridor Planning, London Ontario

Coriolis is assisting the City of London in urban development planning at station locations along proposed new light rail transit corridors, as part of a new city-wide plan. Our role includes advising on uses and development densities, as well as forecasting the likely pace of development at selected nodes.

LRT Green Line Development Planning, Calgary AB

Coriolis is part of the team selected for design and station area planning for the proposed new southeast extension of Calgary’s LRT system. Coriolis will be assisting in confirming station locations and outlining conceptual development plans for stations that are identified as good candidates for Transit Oriented Development (TOD).

Prince George Airport

Coriolis has been engaged by the Prince George Airport Authority to identify potential opportunities for development of air-side and ground-side lands for light industrial use.

New Credentials

Several members of the Coriolis team who have been Professional members of the Real Estate Institute of BC (REIBC), each having held the designation RI for many years, have recently added to their professional certifications by becoming full members of the Planning Insitute of BC.  Sandi Munro, Blair Erb, and Nicole Olenick now each hold the designation of Registered Professional Planner (RPP).

LRT Station Planning, Surrey BC

Coriolis is assisting the City of Surrey in evaluating potential for transit oriented development (TOD) and higher density urban development at station locations on proposed LRT lines extending from Surrey City Centre to South Surrey and to Langley.