Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Vancouver 2010 Concord Place Exhibition Space & Activity Zone Now Leasing - Concord Place Pavilion Sites and Existing Buildings along the water

Vancouver 2010 Concord Place – Winter Olympics Exposition Space

The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games will feature Concord Place Exhibition Space and Activity Zone next to GM Place and BC Place Stadium.Located in the heart of all the action, the Vancouver 2010 Concord Place neighbourhood will be a fabulous place for you to showcase your business to the world from January to March 2010 during the Winter Olympic Games. Located along the waterfront of False Creek, Concord Place 2010 is a business district that is close to all that is happening in downtown Vancouver including GM Place (ice hockey and figure skating), BC Place Stadium (opening/closing ceremonies and victory ceremonies) in addition to the SkyTrain station. In addition, it is very close to Russia’s Sochi 2014 House at Science World and the Vancouver 2010 Athlete’s Village in southeast False Creek. The Concord Place Vancouver 2010 business strip will be front and centre during the Olympic Games, allowing you to showcase your business to the world for three months! Brought to you by Concord Pacific, now is the time to book your prime spot at the Vancouver 2010 Concord Place district.

2010 Concord Place Exposition and Activity Zone for the Vancouver Olympic Games

Prime Vancouver 2010 leasing space is made available by Concord Pacific Development Corp for the Winter Games.The Concord Pacific Place neighbourhood was born from the success of Vancouver Expo ’86, which was a very successful international event that put Vancouver on the world map. To commemorate and celebrate the last phase of the neighbourhood, Concord Pacific real estate developers created a community exposition site called Concord Place Vancouver 2010 adjacent to many of the Winter Olympic Games venues. The Concord Place Exposition and Actiivty Zone are within walking distance to some of the most exciting Olympic venues in downtown Vancouver including 2010 Hockey, Ceremony Venues and the Athletes Village in addition to major transportation bus routes and the SkyTrain station linking downtown Vancouver to Richmond venues. In addition, Concord Place 2010 Vancouver Exposition Site is located in the future development area of Concord Pacific Place, which will be home to a master planned community with new condos and townhomes after the Olympic Games. It has played host to many community events over the last twenty years that include such things as the impressive Cirque du Soleil, Dragon Boat Festival and the Molson Indy to name a few international events. The Vancouver 2010 Concord Place Exposition and Activity Zone is also very large, encompassing prime real estate of about three hundred thousand square feet, which is comparable to both the old and new Vancouver convention centre sites put together. The Concord Place Exposition and Activity Centre will see more than eighty thousand people walk through (estimated) during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games and includes the current tenants of International Ice Hockey Federation, Concord Pacific, Hockey Canada, Canadian Hockey House and the Government of Saskatchewan with many more announcements to come. There has been a recent frenzy of interest for the Concord Pace Pavilion Sites and Existing Buildings for various organizations and corporations and these exhibition activity sites range from five to twenty five thousand square feet in size. As part of a pedestrian friendly gateway, the Concord Pacific Vancouver 2010 Exhibition and Activity Site will be an amazing place to showcase your business to the world. With limited availability, please call Grant, VP Sales of Concord Pacific Development Inc at 604.889.8800 today for more information about availability, site plan and pricing.

The Site Plan and Availability of Concord Place Pavilion Sites and Buildings

Some current tenants who have signed up for Vancouver Concord Place Exhibition Pavilion Sites include the Government of Saskatchewan, Hockey Canada and others.Site 1 (20,000 sf) is now leased and Site 2 at the Vancouver 2010 Concord Place Exhibition Site is leased to Hockey Canada is is 81,000 sf. Site 10 is leased at 15,700 sf and Sites 8/9 are leased by the Government of Saskatchewan at 20,530 sf. Concord Pacific Development will have their site office along the False Creek waterfront seawall and Site 13 is pending at 11,140 sf currently. The availability Pavilion Sites at the Vancouver 2010 Concord Place neighbourhood will include 3 which is 22,530 sf, Sites 4 and 5 at 14,450 sf, Site 6 at 13,540 sf and Site 7 at 11,270 square feet. The smaller Concord Place Pavilion Sites include 12 at 2,300 sf and Site 11 at 3700 square feet. The leasing information for the Vancouver 2010 Concord Place Exhibition and Activity Zone is online. Here are some of the details: the time frame for leasing pavilion sites at Concord Place Vancouver False Crek is between Octoer 15th, 2009 to March 31st, 2010 and the site area is over 300,000 sq ft. In addition, there are two options for leasing that include existing buildings and new Pavilion Sites and they can be catered and changed to your corporate or organizational needs. Water, power and infrastructure services are available and there will be a flow through pedestrian traffic of about eighty thousand people during the time period. In addition, the Vancouver 2010 Concord Place exhibition space will have spectacular views and a great location along the waterfront of False Creek, and there will be fencing and full security on site. The latest press releases about Concord Place Vancouver are online at and you can also view a photo gallery of the various sites that are now leasing.

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

VANOC Imposes More 'Lenient' Regulations on Vancouver 2010 Blogs, Olympic Athlete Blogging and Even 2010 Twitters

Vancouver 2010 Olympic Blogs for Blogging Athletes During the Winter Games

For many Winter Olympic Athletes, the Vancouver 2010 Games will be an experience of a lifetime, and for many athletes, it’s also a time for them to share their memories and feelings with their friends and family through their own blog sites. As blogging has become an international phenomenon, the Vancouver 2010 Olympics will be an incredible time for many to share their ideas, thoughts, pictures, things to do, images and memories with friends and family in Vancouver-Whistler and also throughout the world. However, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) recently announced its athlete blogging rules for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. What many people and athletes actually don’t know is that there are strict rules and stipulations from the IOC against athlete blogging and what Vancouver 2010 Olympic athletes can actually blog and share with the general public, even on their own websites. With many restrictions in hand, the IOC has let down some guards and allowed athletes to blog more things than what they were allowed to share during the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics, when the blogging regulations were quite restrictive. As the Summer Olympics of 2008 Beijing came up, many Athletes expressed their needs and wants in blogging their experiences on the internet, and at that time, the International Olympic Committee stepped in and tried to control the blogging websites that these athletes wanted to share with the world. The IOC then came up with a set of rules just days before the Summer Olympics started, and to many athletes, it was way too restrictive. Now, the IOC has laid off of some of the most restrictive regulations in Vancouver 2010 Athlete blogging rules, but still maintains that they cannot add the Olympic symbol (the five rings) anywhere on their blogs or an images or videos that show the rings in any way. The IOC has stated it “considers athlete blogging… as a legitimate form of personal expression and not a form of journalism.” This position by the IOC on Vancouver 2010 athlete blogging was no doubt taken in an attempt to not upset the media companies that pay a lot of money (most in the millions and some in the billions) for exclusive rights during the Winter Games. However, like many winter 2010 athletes know, blogging has become the new age form of journalism, a way where the typical person can express their ideas, thoughts, memories and images to the world. For more information about the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games, please click here.

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More About Restrictions on Vancouver 2010 Athlete Blogging

As mentioned above, Winter Games 2010 athlete blogs are a great way for them to remember and post their memories on line and it has for some become an online form of journalism. Many people around the world are also interested in what the Vancouver 2010 athletes blogs have to say, as it gives the athlete perspective and experience first hand, rather through the filter of the media that control the journalism and stories coming out of the Vancouver Whistler 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The IOC to date has been very restrictive about what can and can’t be place on a personal athlete’s blog. In addition to banning all sorts of Olympic symbols, emblems and mascots, the Vancouver 2010 athlete’s blogs have to be careful when mentioning the word “Olympics” as well. They can mention the word, but out of context in a way where the Vancouver 2010 athlete is not promoting or expressing their own personal experience or interest on behalf of the Olympics. It’s a big step for the IOC to publicly express the rite for many athletes to post to their personal blogs and the blogging process, and the winners of it all are the athlete’s themselves as well as the internet viewers that will follow their favourite sports and Vancouver 2010 athlete blogs online throughout the games to get their first hand perspective on their performance, their experiences and pictures. In the end, according to David of Vancouver 24 Hours, despite the restrictions on Vancouver 2010 athlete blogging, the IOC may have reached a good compromise that will keep everyone basically satisfied for now. For details about Vancouver 2010 Tickets and VANOC concerns over illegal ticketing offices, please click here.

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