Port Living has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop a four-storey, mixed-use building at 702 East Broadway, at the Southeast corner of Broadway and Fraser in the Mount Pleasant area.
Project details include:
- 35 condo units in a 4-storey woodframe building
- 20 studio units, 9 one-bedrooms and 6 two-bedrooms
- 2 retail CRU’s at ground level totaling 5,761 SF
- a total density of 3.0 FSR
- 2 levels of underground parking
Under the site’s existing C-2C 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 Studio B Architects.
The development application can be viewed in detail here: http://development.vancouver.ca/pc702ebroadway/index.htm
GWL Realty Advisors have applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop a 99′ x 131′ site at 1500 Robson Street (at the Southwest corner of Robson and Nicola). The plan is for a new 21 storey market rental tower. The proposal includes the following:
- 127 market rental apartment units;
- 33 studios, 52 one-bedrooms, 42 two and three bedrooms;
- 5,469 SF of retail on the ground floor;
- a total density of 7.70 FSR;
- a building height of 210 ft.; and
- 84 parking stalls four levels of underground parking accessed from the lane.
The site was rezoned to the current C-5A zoning under the West End Community Plan, adopted in 2014. The application is “conditional” so it may be permitted; however, it requires the decision of the Development Permit Board.
The Development Permit Application can be viewed here: http://development.vancouver.ca/1500robson/index.htm
The architect for the project is IBI Group.
The owners of a 1.7 acre site in the Maplewood Village area of North Vancouver have submitted a rezoning application and OCP amendment to redevelop the existing property, known as Maplewood Plaza.
The site is currently built as a smaller mixed use commercial plaza with two commercial spaces and 28 rental units. The site is designated Commercial Mixed Use Level 1 in the OCP which allows for densities up to 1.75 FSR. The proposed OCP amendment would change the designation for these two properties to Commercial Mixed Use Level 2 which allows for densities up to 2.50 FSR.
The proposed redevelopment is for two 6-storey buildings, including:
- 193 units (21 townhouses and 172 lowrise units)
- 38 rental units
- 85 one-bedrooms, 99 two-bedrooms and 9 three-bedrooms
- 10,743 SF of retail space
- a total density of 2.49 FSR
- 255 underground parking stalls on two levels
- $200,000 voluntary CAC payment
The architect for the project is Rositch Hemphill.
Oxford Properties has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to build a brand new infill office building on an underutilized portion of a 59,000 SF lot and existing 22-storey office building property they own at 401 West Georgia (built in 1987) , which runs along Homer Street all the way to Dunsmuir Street on the North, where the new building will be located.
The plan is to build a new 9-storey office building on the North part of the property facing Dunsmuir Street. Details include:
- retail and office use on the ground floor and office use on the 2nd-9th floors;
- 4,654 SF of new retail space
- 147,000 SF of new office space
- Office floorplates of 14,000 – 19,000 SF
- 6,600 SF of amenity space, 2,300 SF conference centre & 4,300 SF fitness facility
- a building height of 139.4 feet
- two levels of underground parking accessed from the lane; and
- retention of the existing commercial building on the south portion of the site.
The project is being proposed under the existing DD zoning and so only requires a development permit as opposed to rezoning.
The architect for the project is B + H Architects Inc.
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.
A rezoning application has been submitted for a 6,301 SF mid-block site at 8795-8803 Granville Street, near the Southern end of Granville. The proposal includes a rezoning from RM-3A to CD-1 to allow a new six-storey residential building, including:
- 19 residential units
- 4 studios, 8 one-bedrooms, 6 two-bedrooms and 1 three-bedroom
- 2,306 SF of ground floor retail space
- a total density of 2.48 FSR;
- a building height of 66 ft.;
- 17 underground parking spaces and 25 bicycle spaces.
The application is being considered under the Marpole Community Plan.
The architect for the project is Matthew Cheng Architects.
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.