Two buildings on East Boulevard have sold to Kenstone Properties for $26,000,000. The two lots, located at 6020 & 6040 East Boulevard, are currently improved with two older 2-storey walkup apartment buildings, and combine to form a total site area of 18,850 SF. The lots are zoned C-2 which allows for a development up to 4-storeys, or approximately 47,125 SF of buildable area.
The purchase price equates to $552 per buildable SF.
The property had been listed for sale for $26,800,000.
A rezoning application has been submitted for a new rental apartment building for a site at the Southwest corner of Rupert Street and East 22nd Avenue; just down and across the street from a Rental 100 project, currently in final stages of rezoning approval. The site is currently improved with an older single-storey retail building.
The plan for the site at 3281-3295 East 22nd Avenue is to rezone from the existing C-1 commercial zoning to CD zoning to allow a 6-storey mixed-use project.
The application includes the following:
- 55 market rental units;
- 14 studios, 16 one-bedrooms, 18 two-bedrooms & 7 three-bedrooms;
- 6,888 SF of ground floor retail space;
- A total density of 3.03 FSR;
- A building height of 72 ft.; and
- 43 underground parking spaces.
The application is being considered under the Affordable Housing Choices Interim Rezoning Policy.
The architect for the project is Cornerstone Architecture.
The City of Vancouver has received the first major rezoning application for a site in the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan.
The proposal is for a 29,112 SF site owned by Intracorp at the corner of East 11th Avenue and Victoria Drive, currently occupied by older lowrise residential buildings, including a heritage house. The plan calls for rezoning from RM-4 to permit the development of a 10-storey residential building with a 6-storey residential podium.
The proposal includes:
- 149 units (76 rental & 73 strata);
- A total density of 3.58 FSR;
- Relocation and designation of a Vancouver Heritage Register Category “B” heritage house (on-site);
- A height of approximately 103.4 ft.; and
- 108 underground parking spaces.
This application is being considered under the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan which dictates that 50% of the gross floor area can be condos if 50% of the gross floor area is rental housing.
The architect for the project is Perkins + Will.
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The next phase of Aragon Properties‘ Port Royal project is proceeding to final City of New Westminster Council consideration for development permit approval. The site at 300 Salter Street in the Queensborough area is part of the larger Port Royal development (Phase 6C) that was rezoned a few years ago.
The proposal for the site is for a 4-storey rental apartment building that includes:
- 87 rental units
- 28 one-bedrooms, 41 two-bedrooms, 18 three-bedrooms
- 136 parking spaces
- a 1,460 SF amenity space
- a total density of 1.49 FSR
The architect for the project is Ramsay Worden.
Maiway Investments Ltd. has submitted an application to rezone an existing 13-unit lowrise apartment in order to build a new 6-storey apartment building at the Northwest corner of Oak and 70th in the Marpole area of Vancouver.
The plan for 8599 Oak Street is to rezone from the existing RM-3A zone to allow a 6-storey residential building including:
- 36 secured market rental units;
- 23 one-bedrooms, 7 two-bedrooms & 6 three-bedrooms;
- a building height of 67 ft.;
- a density of 2.50 FSR; and
- two levels of underground parking with 28 vehicle spaces and 46 bicycle spaces.
The application is being considered under the Marpole Community Plan.
The architect for the project is NORR Architects Planners.
The building had been listed for sale in 2015 and sold in November 2015 for $3,800,000, or $120 per buildable SF based on the application.
SKA Property Inc. has submitted a rezoning application under Rental 100 for a 7,712 SF site at the corner of Main and 51st Avenue in the Punjabi Market neighbourhood. The site is currently home to an older 3-storey building that is vacant.
The plan for the site at 6679 Main Street is to rezone from the existing C-2 zoning to allow a 6-storey mixed use building with commercial space at grade, including:
- 28 rental apartment units;
- 2 studios, 13 one bedrooms, 9 two bedrooms and 4 three-bedrooms;
- 3,071 SF of ground floor retail space;
- a total density of 3.62 FSR;
- a building height of 70 ft.; and
- 28 vehicle parking spaces.
The application notes that the developer’s team are East Indian and intend on using the ground floor for their family business: a vegetarian grocery store.
The application is being considered under the Secured Market Rental Housing (R100) Policy.
The architect for the project is F. Adab Architects Inc.