Oceanfront Aerial Rendering Master Plan Community

Inspired by the Land

Oceanfront Squamish will be a vibrant extension of Downtown that is driven by a local developer and guided by more than a decade of public consultation. The result: a master-planned community that’s grounded in history and built with an eye towards the future. Walkable, diverse neighbourhoods will add homes, attract new industries and generate jobs in the district while green technologies and net-zero emissions targets establish this community as a leader in environmental protection and stewardship.


A complete community needs to serve a wide range of needs to be socially and economically sustainable. Oceanfront Squamish pushes past the typical definition of mixed-use to bring residents and businesses together naturally. Shopping, light industry, offices, maker spaces, a campus and public parks and trails will come together with more than 2,500 new homes for people at all stages of life.






Acres of Oceanfront Park


Acres of Additional Public Space

Oceanfront Squamish Site Plan
Oceanfront Squamish Siteplan
The Park

An 11-acre Oceanfront Park with two beaches and panoramic views of The Stawamus Chief, Tantalus Range and Nch’kay Mountain.

The Trail

A 3-kilometer public multi-use waterfront trail surrounding Oceanfront Squamish.

The Village

An intimate, eclectic and pedestrian-friendly village with a maritime feel.

The Works

Simple, flexible buildings for light industry, office space, fabrication, and research and development.

The Campus

A hub of learning and innovation for institutions and satellite campuses.

The Yards

Mixed-use buildings with retail, homes and a hub for commercial services.

The Mews

Multi-family homes with waterfront access and spectacular views of The Chief.

The Mill

Highly walkable, low-rise townhomes with lanes, courtyards and private green spaces.

Sp’akw’us Feather Park

Squamish is already known for its mountains, trails and rivers—and locals that take every chance to play outside. That’s why the heart of Oceanfront Squamish will be an 11-acre public park at the southern end of the peninsula, creating a new outdoor destination for residents and visitors to explore everything the coast has to offer. 

This green space is designed to make the most of a natural setting that’s unlike anything else in the world. Two beaches—including a dedicated area for water and wind sports—give the community easy access to the ocean. Open grassy areas create space for public art, concerts and community events—and the protected and enhanced natural habitat around Oceanfront Squamish will be enjoyed by the community for years to come.