What would you like to see in the 13 acres of new park space once the Dunsmuir and Georgia Street viaducts are torn down?
It’s the last remaining waterfront community on the downtown peninsula.
A report from the general manager of the Vancouver Park Board to Commissioners suggests an advisory group be struck, tasked with guiding development once the viaducts come down.
In a motion to the board, chair Sarah-Kirby Yung also wants to fire off a letter to the mayor urging that some or all of the Creekside Park Extension be delivered immediately.
She says this would alleviate the critical shortage of available green space in the Northeast False Creek area.
Local residents have been waiting for Concord Pacific to build a park promised in 1990.
Acouple of years ago hundreds of condo owners lit up their units with green lights in protest of a the lack of green space.