History In The Making
Continuing a Proud Legacy
Modern Green Canada is proud to share in MOMA Modern Land’s history of award-winning projects and innovative designs. We share their vision and philosophy in building for people, for communities, for the planet, and for future generations.
In 2008, a green business delegation led by Gordon Campbell, former Premier of British Columbia, and representatives from the City of Vancouver and the University of British Columbia, visited MOMA Modern Land in Beijing, China to promote British Columbia as a world-leader for green technology and sustainable design.
During the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games and Shanghai World Expo 2010, relationships were forged with the City of Vancouver to advance investments and accelerate the development of sustainable urban infrastructure and green building practices, helping to achieve Vancouver’s vision of becoming the greenest city in the world by 2020.
Sustainable Global Future
With the promise of the city’s renowned mountains and ocean, and the pristine connection to nature, Chairman Lei Zhang, one of the original founders and the majority shareholder of MOMA Modern Land, immigrated to Vancouver, Canada. Driven by the desire to create a sustainable global future, Chairman Zhang has since personally invested in real estate development projects in Vancouver, Canada under MOMC Modern Green Canada, as well as in the United States in Houston and Seattle under MOMC Modern Green United States.
Now, Modern Green Canada is about to begin our flagship project on the former site of the 13.8-acre Oakridge Transit Centre (OTC) on West 41st Avenue, bringing people together and transforming the area with exceptional quality in the years to come.