We design spaces and homes to suit your lifestyle.

For BlueSky, community is at the core of all they do. From the locations they choose, to the amenities they design, to the homes the build, they strive to create places where people can connect, collaborate, and ultimately – thrive.

Fueled by curiosity and a constant motivation to improve, BlueSky is continually looking ahead and working to build brighter futures for everyone who is a part of their communities. And they do so backed by over 50 years of know-how and expertise.

As a proud Bosa Family Company, BlueSky has deep roots in the development and construction of communities throughout Greater Vancouver, with over 7,000 homes completed to date for over 15,000 homeowners.

The Vancouver-based, family-owned-and-operated company is proud to be a part of the SEAandSKY community, and the future of Squamish as a whole.


Vancouver-based Kingswood Properties focuses on creating notable real estate in a variety of asset classes – from industrial to retail to residential. The company has deep roots in the Squamish community, with significant holdings in the Sea-to-Sky region. For the family-run company, led by Lorne Segal, SEAandSKY is the culmination of over a decade of planning and preparation.

An engaged community leader, Segal continues to build on a legacy of philanthropic work in Greater Vancouver, which includes significant investments and contributions to the region’s leading cultural institutions, universities, and hospitals.

In addition, Segal is the founding chair of WE Day Vancouver and chair of the Coast Mental Health Courage to Come Back Awards. He is the recipient of the Justice Institute of British Columbia’s Community Leadership Award, two honorary doctorate degrees, and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for Service, and has been invested into the Order of British Columbia – the province’s highest honour.



SEAandSKY is a community built for all the residents of Squamish. The opportunity is to leave a lasting legacy for everyone to enjoy. From start to finish we will be partnering closely with the City of Squamish to help them achieve their broad objectives. We started by cleaning up the site sustainably which was previously an abandoned sawmill. Then we committed to providing community amenities such as the future North Park and pedestrian bridge. Finally we plan to make the community activated and accessible to all, so that Squamish has a place to call its own.