Quattro pivots from mid-rises to towers
After the successful completion of three mid-rise buildings in the north-east corner of downtown, Tien Sher, the developers behind Quattro, are taking the project to new heights. The company is seeking preliminary approval for four new towers between Whalley Boulevard and King George on what is currently the site of the old Flamingo Hotel.
The site will be divided into two phases with a new north-south road in between. Phase 1, on the east, will include two towers – one at 28 storeys, the other 30 – along with 3-storey ground-oriented townhomes. Phase 2 will consist of a 35 storey and 41 storey landmark tower, 3 storey ground-oriented townhomes and a commercial anchor at King George and 107A Ave.