The Health &
An Innovation Ecosystem
The Health & Technology District connects health organizations, businesses, universities and multiple levels of government to partner together in research and technology development. Facilitating expansion of the area, developer Lark Group is launching City Centre 1 through City Centre 8 (CC1-CC8) as part of the District. Once completed, the eight building development will encompass over 1 million square feet of multi-use space for accelerating novel technology and transforming the way healthcare is delivered.
We offer a variety of options to locate in The Health & Technology District.
Space for Collaboration
Providing valuable co-location for innovative thought leaders, the Innovation HUB (located on the 2nd second floor of City Centre 1) offers semi-shared spaces with numerous amenities included. Home to a range of startup companies, innovators, academic institutions and established companies, this is an environment built to inspire creative collaboration, cross-pollination of ideas and accelerated time-to-market.
Facilitating Clinical Studies
The Centre for Neurology Studies is a leading edge research centre at the heart of the Health & Technology District. Offering comprehensive research support and services for clinical trials and studies, the CNS team can facilitate the full execution of a clinical study – from inception through to formal publication.
Integrated Academic Space
Coming soon! The Integrated Academic Space is first of its kind in Canada, offering an open-concept learning environment. This state of-the-art educational hub allows forward-thinking academic and learning institutions to share expensive resources such as classrooms, simulation labs and lecture space in a highly collaborative social environment, with many shared social and amenity spaces.
Room for Growth
The Health & Technology District encompasses the City Centre 1, City Centre 2 and City Centre 3 buildings developed by Lark Group and its partners, with plans to add up to City Centre 8 to accommodate the demand and expansion of the District. With the construction of City Centre 2 well underway (to be completed in 2017), the direct and tangible health and business impacts take the next quantum leap forward.
Gym: State of the art fitness facilities, with changing rooms and shower areas
Parking: Nearly 1000 parking stalls (underground and ground level), and additional bicycle storage
Business resources: Access to fully equipped boardrooms and meeting areas for larger gatherings
Common areas: Lush outdoor terrace with stunning mountain views
Retail: Numerous retail outlets and restaurants at your doorstep (Starbucks/Subway/Quesada/Browns)
Exposure: Multiple signage and promotion options
Security & Access: Secure video enterphone system for after-hour access
Green: LEED Gold designed towers
Commuter friendly: Immediate access to major roads and public transit (bus/Skytrain)