Statləw̓ District

A Mixed-Use development comprised of residential, office, retail, recreational and education space

Statləw̓ District is a Tsleil-Waututh Nation led development. Located on the site of their ancestral village Squaw-uck, redevelopment of these lands will be integral to economic prosperity and sovereignty for future generations. The community will provide opportunities for employment and cultural enhancement, as well as protection of environmentally sensitive areas, wildlife habitat and connections to surrounding ecosystems such as The Wild Bird Trust.

Spanning 45 acres, Statləw̓ District is planned to be a vibrant and dynamic community hub where like-minded businesses and uses are closely situated. Designed to be progressive and culturally led neighbourhood node, the goal is to create a truly unique, connected and complete community with diverse opportunities to work, live, play and learn, in a development that will aim to be one of the most sustainable mixed-use communities in North Vancouver.

Statlew District will be the perfect location for anyone looking to be in the middle of a well-balanced community. With local parks and trails, thriving jobs, grocery stores, schools and an abundance of outdoor activities nearby, the Maplewood neighbourhood continues to be one of the most sought-after communities to live in and will continue to be as the new Maplewood Area Plan is developed.

How is this community Building for Tomorrow?

In its very design, Statləw̓ District is truly a community designed and built with the needs of tomorrow in mind. Drawing from Tsleil-Waututh values, this resilient community has been designed specifically to serve the area’s most pressing needs now and for generations to come; with obtainable housing choices, a variety of employment uses, numerous neighbourhood amenities and progressive mobility options, all with a focus on environmental rehabilitation and sustainable development.

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Location

2420 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver, British Columbia

Architects

RWA Group Architects, Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design

Landscape Architect

PFS Studio

Community Amenities

  • Community Building, including the Tsleil Waututh Cultural Centre
  • Community plaza, with summer waterpark and winter skating rink
  • Daycare and preschool facilities
  • Scandinavian Spa
  • Restaurants and cafes
  • Kilometres of trails and paths, including linkage to the Spirit Trail
  • Children’s playground and natural play spaces
  • Infrastructure for Future B-line extension and terminus
  • Car, Bike and Ride Share

Status

Addition to Reserve application made by Tsleil-Waututh Nation to federal government

Contact Information

Darwin:
Nathan Shuttleworth
604-929-7944
nshuttleworth@darwin.ca