St. Paul's Hospital will be moving to a new 7.4 hectare (18.4 acre) site at 1002 Station St in the False Creek Flats.
Providence Health Care is the organization that owns and operates St. Paul’s Hospital, and is in charge of planning the hospital’s redevelopment.
The project is expected to deliver:
- A new hospital and integrated health care campus
- Institutional, office, research, hotel, retail-service, and Indigenous cultural uses, along with limited rental housing for health care workers
- A range of building heights from approximately 24 metres (79 ft) to 61 metres (200 ft)
- A new road network through the site that would connect to existing adjacent streets
- A new public plaza and two child care facilities
A planning process started in January 2016 to establish planning principles and policies to guide the future development of this site.
Rezoning changes how a property can be used or developed. Rezoning was required for this site to change land use regulations to allow the new St. Paul’s Hospital and Health Campus development.
This process regulates zoning and ensures land uses are appropriately located. The outcome of this process is a development permit.
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