The following is excerpted from a communication issued by the City of Vancouver.
On the unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, the Broadway Plan area is home to a wealth of vibrant arts and cultural spaces. The area has a rich cultural history and contemporary significance to a variety of cultural communities.
The area includes a range of spaces: artist studios, artist-run centres, cinemas, galleries, live music venues, rehearsal spaces, arts education spaces, performing arts venues, cultural centres, production spaces, outdoor event areas, multi-functional spaces, and community centres.
The City of Vancouver is launching a two-year planning process to create a comprehensive Broadway Area Plan.
The 30-year plan will focus on opportunities to integrate new housing, jobs, and amenities around the new Broadway Subway. The plan will address the need for:
Increased job space
Deepening housing affordability
New or improved connections
Improved parks and public spaces
New and renewed public amenities
Attend an open house and share your thoughts on arts and culture in the Broadway Plan area!
CityLab, 511 W Broadway (at Cambie Street)
Thursday, March 7, 3 - 7pm
Friday, March 8, 3 - 7pm
Saturday, March 9, 12 noon - 4pm
Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, 2305 W 7th Avenue (at Vine Street)
Wednesday, March 13, 3 - 7pm
Kingsgate Mall, 370 E Broadway (at Kingsway)
Thursday, March 14, 3 - 7pm
Visit the Broadway Plan webpage to learn more: vancouver.ca/broadwayplan