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Located between 64th Avenue, Cambie Street and Marine Drive, Intracorp’s MC² project is an architecturally significant arrival point between Richmond and Vancouver. With two towers and attached podiums with residential and rental homes, and retail units, MC2 is truly a mixed-use development that is affordable and offers something for everyone. MC2 is a sustainable project that encourages the use of transit, walking, biking and Co-op cars, while reducing the reliance on the automobile.

Part of the Intracorp West Side Collection.

Built to a LEED® environmental certification.


The Team: A team collaboration between Intracorp, renowned Architect James Cheng and Interior Designer Scott Trepp, resulting in a striking addition to the transformation of the Marine Gateway neighbourhood.

The Art: Douglas Coupland’s first public art contribution to a residential development in the Lower Mainland, ‘Golden Tree’.


Live/Work, 1 Bed, Junior 2 Bed, 2 Bed

Number of Homes


Size of Homes

445 – 1,047 sqft




James KM Cheng Architects

Interior Design

Trepp Design Inc.


North Tower ground floor fitness centre with meeting rooms. South Tower rooftop amenities include a lounge, fitness centre, zen garden, putting green, urban agricultural plots, and greenhouse
Concierge service in both towers
Reflection pond water feature with stepping stone entry path announcing the entrance to both buildings

Public Art

Golden Tree by Douglas Coupland