Eighth Avenue Development Group: A Real Estate Developer & Builder

We are a real estate development group that is passionate about creating and building boutique townhomes, apartments, and single-family home projects that are creative, architecturally inspiring and meet the needs of homeowners who enjoy unique, design-oriented environments and want comfortable, well thought out, healthy, and sustainable living spaces.

We undertake projects in multi-family residential, mixed-use residential/commercial, and land development.

We also provide development services to those who share our values of quality and care in all aspects of designing and building healthy sustainable homes that will last for generations.

Eighth Avenue Development Group

Eighth Avenue Development Group

About Us

At Eighth Avenue, we are committed to the development of small, smart, carefully designed additions to neighbourhoods and communities throughout East Vancouver and Metro Vancouver.

Our goal is to produce smart boutique developments that comfortably blend into the existing fabric, create a new personality and make a positive impact while respecting the history and community of existing neigbourhoods.

Eighth Avenue is more than a brand. For us, it represents a method, an approach to making decisions on the kind of developments that we produce. Every project we take on must improve upon not only our past work but also the work of those around us.

We fully recognize the issues that surround a sustainable urban future and understand our role as developers within it. We believe the means to improve our well-being lies in a social response, as much as a technological one, meaning that we must change our lifestyles as well as our building methods.

For this reason, we continue to focus on how our developments respond and support the new ways our owners live.

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