Northeast False Creek

The future of Northeast False Creek

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Join us in creating an area plan for Vancouver's future vibrant waterfront district: Northeast False Creek. Participate in events, online surveys, and provide feedback.

In 2015, City Council chose to move forward with a plan to replace the viaducts with a new street network that will better serve the future area.

It will allow us to connect Downtown, Yaletown, Crosstown, Citygate, Chinatown, Gastown, and Main Street, and draw the neighbourhoods to an extensive and inviting waterfront.

Already a hub of events, culture, and sports, Northeast False Creek is the last major undeveloped area in downtown Vancouver.

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A new vibrant waterfront events district

During our outreach on the future of the viaducts, we heard initial concerns, ideas, and hopes for the future of this area. We now have the opportunity to create a more integrated area that will become a vibrant waterfront events district with a beautiful destination park. View project timeline

Streets and connectivity

The Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts will be replaced with a new street network built at ground-level.

Parks and open spaces

The Creekside Park extension will be a destination for everyone and existing parks in Northeast False Creek will be renewed.


Northeast False Creek will include a mix of new housing opportunities.

Play and work

Northeast False Creek will be a destination to enjoy events, eat, drink, shop, and connect.

Arts and culture

Northeast False Creek will feature signature art sites and become an inclusive space for events of celebration and collaboration.


Navigate a timeline of Northeast False Creek and its history of cultural gatherings, major events, industry, and city development.

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Documents and studies

View the policies, strategies, studies, and public feedback that have shaped Northeast False Creek.

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