Executive, a pre-eminent lifestyle and hospitality brand, has announced Executive on the Park West Vancouver. The project will comprise a collection of exclusive Executive Branded Residences and an elegantly restored heritage masterpiece, the Woyatt Bowie building, all set within an expansive botanical garden park.
Executive on the Park is expected to open to residents in 2025.
Situated at the intersection of Taylor Way and Marine Drive, less than a one-minute walk from the renowned Park Royal Village, the Capilano River and the Pacific Ocean seawall, Executive on the Park will see the redevelopment of an expansive area of land creating a unified proposition to perfectly frame the gateway entrance to West Vancouver. Executive on the Park is focused on health, a walking lifestyle, and well-being set within expansive botanical gardens that showcase native plant species.
A pioneer in the creation of hospitality-influenced residential development in Greater Vancouver, Executive is known as a provider of timeless forward-thinking design and the fusion of hotel-style services with luxury residential well-being. No stranger to the North Shore, Executive’s principal and Chief Executive Officer Salim Sayani is a native of North Vancouver and a long-time resident of West Vancouver. The company recently opened its award-winning Seaside Hotel and Provisions restaurant in North Vancouver along the newly developed Shipyards waterfront.
Executive has evolved its positioning in recent years to bring its renowned Executive lifestyle to urban destinations, in addition to its mountain resorts, including Executive New York, Toronto, San Francisco and Vancouver.
Across the portfolio of forthcoming destinations, Executive Branded Residences have pre-sold at market-leading premiums.
Salim Sayani, CEO of Executive, said, “Executive Group’s strategy with Executive on the Park is to bring the brand’s deep design and hospitality management experience to the exclusive residential enclave of West Vancouver. The unique intersection of mountains, ocean, and botanical nature that defines West Vancouver has been incorporated into the DNA of the architecture and interior specifications of Executive on the Park.”