2010 Winter Games Athletes' Village
|Official name:||Millennium Water|
|Formerly known as||
South East False Creek Development Plan
South Shore of False Creek Olympic Village
South East False Creek
Vancouver, British Columbia
|Designed by||Norm Hotson|
- Project size: 11 acres
- Floor space: 1,575,000 square feet
- Green space: Six acres
- Residences: 1,100
- Architect: Norm Hotson
- Architecture firm: VIA Architecture
- Architecture firm: PWL Partnership
- Architecture firm: HBBH Architects
- Architect: Arthur Erickson
- Architecture firm: Nick Milkovich Architects
- Architecture firm: Gomberoff Bell Lyon Architects
- Architecture firm: Lawrence Doyle Young + Wright Architects
- Architecture firm: Merrick Architecture
- Architecture firm: Walter Francl Architect
- Developer: Millennium Southeast False Creek Properties
- January 14, 2003: This was revealed in the Vancouver Olympic bid book to be the location of the athletes' village.
- April 4, 2006: Millennium Development won the bid for this project.
- March 10, 2007: Groundbreaking.
- June 26, 2007: The city of Vancouver guaranteed a CAN$683,000,000 loan to ensure the project was completed.
- October 14, 2008: City of Vancouver agreed to what 24 Hours called a CAN$100,000,000 "bailout" of the project's developer.
- May 7, 2009: City of Vancouver agreed to a CAN$550,000,000 loan to ensure the project was completed.
- November 1, 2009: The project is turned over to the Vancouver Organizing Committee.
- July 1, 2010: New permanent residents move in.