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Broadway & Granville redevelopment includes future subway station

We’re getting a first look at the South Granville subway station coming in 2025 to West Broadway and Granville.

Broadway subway project
The Broadway Subway Project is a 5.7 km extension of the Millennium Line, from VCC-Clark Station to Broadway and Arbutus.

The new station will be incorporated into a new office development on the northeast corner of the intersection, currently occupied by an office building with a RBC branch on the ground floor.

Broadway Granville office building demolished
The existing office building to be demolished, at Broadway and Granville. Credit: Google Maps Street View

The new office building, developed by PCI Group and designed by Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership, will be five storeys, with the option to add a tower in the future. It will contain 67,200 sq. ft of office space.

There are five levels of underground parking — due to plans for a tower on the site in the future. Ground floor retail will include a new location for the RBC branch, as well as a retail unit on West Broadway.

1465-1489 West Broadway rendering
SkyTrain entrance to future station at Broadway and Granville. Credit: PCI/Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership
1465-1489 West Broadway rendering
Office entrance. Credit: PCI/Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership
Granville Broadway SkyTrain entrance
Architectural drawing of future Granville and Broadway subway entrance. Credit: PCI/Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership
Floor plan
Architectural drawing showing six levels of underground parking, the transit concourse for the SkyTrain station and the office floors. Credit: PCI/Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership

Construction on the extension of the Millennium Line from VCC-Clark west to Arbutus is expected to begin next year, with completion in 2025. 

The $2.83-billion project will enable commuters to get from VCC-Clark to Arbutus in 11 minutes.

The route is the busiest in all of Canada and the U.S., with over 100,000 transit trips daily. The Broadway Corridor is the second-largest employment centre in B.C., after Downtown Vancouver.

A community project office opened in late September at 1212 West Broadway. More information is available at engage.gov.bc.ca/broadwaysubway

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