Our Team

The Stack

A Collective Vision For the Downtown Core

Oxford Properties

Oxford Properties Group is one of the world’s premier real estate development and management companies. Founded in Canada more than 55 years ago, Oxford’s many landmark properties have helped to revolutionize the way Canada, and the world, live, work, shop, and play. Oxford currently has over $5 billion of active commercial development projects across Canada and in New York, Washington DC, and London. The company is increasingly invested in Vancouver, with the NAIOP-award-winning MNP Tower – and other notable developments – speaking to Oxford’s fast-growing role in the city landscape.

James Cheng Architects

James K.M. Cheng Architects is recognized for its pioneering contribution to West Coast architecture and city building. Founded by James Cheng in 1978, the 30-person practice has grown to specialize in a variety of scales, with a strong emphasis on the integration of urban design, landscape design, architectural design, and interior design. A recipient of the Order of Canada and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Governor General’s Medal, the firm’s local Vancouver projects include Pacific Centre Redevelopment, Shangri-La Vancouver, Fairmont Pacific Rim, Shaw Tower, Port Moody City Hall, Burnaby Metrotown Library/Civic Square, and River Green in Richmond.

Adamson Associates Architects

Adamson Associates Architects is a full-service architectural practice noted for its long tradition of design excellence and technical expertise. With offices in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, and London, the firm has earned numerous prestigious awards and recognitions, and developed a diverse portfolio of projects in Canada, the United States, and around the world. Since opening its doors in 1934, Adamson Associates has had the privilege of collaborating with some of the world’s most acclaimed design architects on projects that include the World Financial Center and World Trade Center Redevelopment in New York, Kuala Lumpur City Centre in Malaysia, and Canary Wharf in London.