At the age of 11, Robert Bosa emigrates from Italy to Canada with his family, which includes eight brothers and sisters.
Robert joins his brothers in the construction business at age 14, building single-family homes in Vancouver.
Robert pursues his passion for finish carpentry and receives his certification from the Vancouver Vocational Institute.
Bosa Brothers Construction is formed, which focuses primarily on building single family homes and small developments.
Bosa Properties develops its first residential tower, Jardine's Lookout, in downtown Vancouver.
Colin Bosa, Robert's middle son, officially joins the family business, working as part of the Development team.
Born from the idea of three-dimensional living, Fifteen Fifteen by Ole Scheeren introduces horizontality to an urban tower with homes integrated into the extraordinary landscape of one of the world's most livable cities. Its distinctive silhouette reaches out towards the water, mountains, and city, while drawing Vancouver’s breathtaking natural setting into the privacy of personal space.
1515 Alberni St. Vancouver
Central Park House
A singular tower overlooking the vast beauty of Burnaby’s Central Park, Central Park House is the work of the world’s largest architectural firm, Gensler, and their first residential building in Metro Vancouver. Featuring a cantilevered amenity pavilion mid tower, this thoughtfully designed building makes a bold statement on Burnaby’s skyline.
5977 Wilson Avenue, Burnaby
Designed by the award-winning Vancouver-based architecture firm Henriquez Partners Architects, this unique building establishes a gateway into the downtown core and is inspired by the distinct character of its surrounding areas.