Domus Homes has submitted a rezoning application to the City of New Westminster for a 26,104 SF site at 813-823 Carnarvon in Downtown New Westminster, directly across the street from the 3-tower “Plaza 88” development. The plan is for a mixed-use project that includes a market condo tower, a non-market rental lowrise, and commercial uses. Details include:
- a 29-storey tower
- a 6-storey lowrise
- 195 market condos
- 119 one-bedrooms, 54 two-bedroms and 22 three-bedrooms
- 50 non-market rental units for Performing Arts Lodges (PAL)
- a total density of 7.75 FSR
- total building height of 290 feet
The architect for the project is GBL Architects.
Rendition Developments has submitted a rezoning application for a long-vacant site at the NW corner of Main and 41st. The proposal for the 11,684 SF site at 5679 Main Street is for a 6-storey mixed-use building including:
- 52 rental apartment units;
- 5 studios, 29 one-bedroom units, 15 two-bedrooms & 3 three-bedroom units
- 4,089 SF of ground floor retail space
- a total density of 3.46 FSR
- a building height of 76 ft.; and
- 33 underground parking spaces and 72 bicycle parking spaces.
This application is being considered under the Secured Market Rental Housing (Rental 100) Program.
The site sold in May 2016 for $6,000,000, or $149 per buildable SF based on the rezoned density anticipated in the application.
EDIT: This post previously mentioned that the site was an old gas station, which is not accurate, it was previously a commercial building torn down many years ago.
Domus Homes has submitted a rezoning application for the redevelopment of a 16,200 SF apartment property in Marpole. The application seeks to rezone 8615 Laurel Street from RM-3A to allow a 6-storey secured market rental building that includes:
- 65 market rental apartment units;
- 43 One-bedrooms, 21 Two-bedrooms, and 1 Three-bedroom
- a total density of 2.50 FSR;
- a building height of 66 ft.;
- 35 vehicle parking spaces; and
- 87 bicycle spaces.
The application is being considered under the Marpole Community Plan.
The architect for the project is Birmingham & Wood.
Cressey has filed a rezoning application for a site at the corner of Main and East 2nd Avenue in East Vancouver. The 18,683 SF triangular site at 1800-1880 Main Street is currently zoned IC-2, but the Mount Pleasant Community Plan allows for residential rezoning.
The plan is for a redevelopment of the site to allow an 11-storey mixed-use building that includes:
- 131 rental units;
- 34 studios, 51 one-bedrooms, 36 two-bedrooms and 10 three-bedrooms
- Two commercial units at grade;
- A total density of 5.02 FSR;
- A height of 113.4 ft.; and
- 88 parking spaces (including 6 car share spaces).
The architect for the project is Francl Architecture.
Cressey acquired the site in 2016 for $17,000,000, or $181 per buildable SF based on the rezoned density.
Urbanics Consultants, on behalf of Andrew Peller Limited have applied to allow a redevelopment of the 5.0 acre Andres Wines site, a collection of lots on the West side of Port Moody’s Town Centre area, fronting both Clarke Street and Barnet Highway.
The proposal calls for an OCP amendment and rezoning to allow for the development of a new mixed-use residential and commercial development, including:
- one 32-storey tower, one 21-storey tower, one 12-storey tower & multiple lowrises
- 418 residential units
- 132 strata units, 176 rental units, 98 seniors units & 12 artist studios
- a mix of other uses including light industrial, retail, office, 80-room hotel, clinic, athletic club, arts centre (including a daycare) and an arts village (artist work space, galleries, and residences).
- 725,390 SF of gross floor area
- a total density of 3.33 FAR
- open space comprising 25% of the total site area
- 940 parking spaces
The plan is proposed to be built in one phase and at full build-out is estimated to have a resident population of 800 and will support 585 jobs.
The OCP amendment was not originally supported at City Council, but has been deferred to the Community Planning Advisory Committee for further design review to address various issues including geotechnical, traffic and parking, and site servicing, among others.
Peller operated the Andrés Winery in Port Moody for several years before shutting down about 15 years ago. The site is located not far from the Flavelle Mill site, recently announced for another large scale redevelopment.
A development application has been filed for a new midrise apartment tower on a 125′ x 150′ lot at the Southwest corner of West 10th and Oak, just West of Vancouver General Hospital. The site is zoned RM-3 and so does not require rezoning. The proposal for 1002 West 10th Avenue includes a 12-storey apartment building, consisting of:
- 62 rental units
- A total density of 1.78 FSR (33,350 SF);
- a building height of 116.86 ft.; and
- 25 underground parking spaces, having vehicular access from the lane.
Under the site’s existing RM-3 zoning, the application is “conditional” so it may be permitted; however, it requires the decision of the Director of Planning.
The architect for the project is Iredale Group Architecture.
I4 Property Group has applied to the City of New Westminster for a rezoning and to facilitate the development of a 15,254 SF site at 408-412 East Columbia Street, near Royal Columbian Hospital.
The Rezoning application entails changing the zoning of the property from Community
Commercial Districts (Medium Rise) (C-2A) to a new Comprehensive Development District to allow the development of a 6-storey, mixed use development that includes:
- 60 secured market rental units
- 7,000 SF of retail space at grade
- 12,100 SF of office space on the second storey.
- A total gross building area of 69,430 SF
- a density of 4.53 FSR
- 84 underground parking spaces
The previous OCP designation for the site is CM Commercial Main Street, which allows commercial uses at street level and office or residentail uses above. Densities in this zone are medium to high. Under the new OCP, the site is “Mixed-Use Low Rise”, allowing buildings up to 6-storeys in height.
I4PG attempted to assembled the neighbouring lot at 406 East Columbia Street, but were not successful.
The architect for the project is SUVA Architecture.