Plan for Site Next to Canada Line Station Includes 10-storeys

A rezoning application has been submitted for a site on Cambie at West 48th Avenue that includes a vacant lot that was left over after the Canada Line was completed. The plan for the two lot assembly is an interesting one and a slight departure for Cambie in that it proposes a 10-storey building that includes:

  • 59 residential units;
  • 12 one-bedrooms, 41 two bedrooms, 6 three-bedrooms
  • 1,069 SF of retail at grade;
  • a building height of 108 ft.;
  • a total density of 3.87 FSR; and
  • 44 underground vehicle parking spaces and 74 bicycle parking spaces.

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The architect is Hotson Architecture.

The two lots were assembled for a combined price of $11,800,000, or $198 per buildable SF.

Redevelopment Proposed for Chinese Presbyterian Church Site

A rezoning application has been submitted for the Chinese Presbyterian Church at 6137 Cambie Street, located on the West side of Cambie Street just a block south of Oakridge Centre.

The church sits on a 13,000 SF site that was redesignated under the Cambie Corridor Plan. The current proposal envisions redeveloping the church with a new 7-storey mixed-use building over two levels underground parking, including:

  • a replacement church on the ground level;
  • 68 childcare spaces;
  • a total of 20 secured market rental units;
  • a total floor area of 39,982 SF;
  • a total density of 3.08 FSR;
  • a building height of 83 ft.;
  • 56 vehicle parking spaces; and
  • 31 bicycle spaces.

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Mixed-use Development Planned for Cambie & 42nd

Viva Grand Developments has applied to rezone a site that they own at Cambie Street and West 42nd Avenue, across from Oakridge Centre. The plan for the 31,194 SF site at 5812-5888 Cambie Street is to rezone from the existing C-2 to CD under the Cambie Corridor Plan to allow a 10 and 8-storey mixed-use development, including:

  • a total of 117 residential units;
  • 20 studios, 28 one-bedrooms, 50 two-bedrooms & 11 three-bedrooms
  • 8 live work units at the lane;
  • 6 commercial units at grade totaling 14,700 SF;
  • 21,000 SF of office space;
  • a maximum building height of 116 ft.;
  • a total density of 5.22 FSR; and
  • 215 underground vehicle parking spaces and bicycle spaces.

5812-cambie5812-cambie_2 5812-cambie_1Viva Grand had acquired the site, currently occupied by single storey retail, in 2013 for $26,000,000.

The architect for the project is IBI Group.

The full rezoning package can be viewed here: http://rezoning.vancouver.ca/applications/5812-5888cambie/index.htm

Latest Cambie Proposal Features 57-Units

Create Properties Ltd. has filed an application to rezone a two-lot land assembly at 4238-4262 Cambie Street for a 6-storey condo building.The site is located mid-block on the East side of Cambie between West 26th and West 27th Avenue, and is 20,252 Sf in size.

Project details include:

    • 57 residential units including 5 townhomes on the lane;
    • a total density of 2.75 FSR;
    • a building height of 64 ft.; and
    • 84 underground parking spaces and 77 bicycle parking spaces.

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The architect for the project is Arno Matis Architecture.

54-Unit Building Planned for West 41st near Cambie

iFortune Homes has submitted a rezoning application for a three lot land assembly in the Cambie Corridor area. The address for the combined 21,342 SF site is 5733 Alberta Street and 376-392 West 41st Avenue. The preliminary plan calls for a 6-storey building that includes:

  • 54 market residential units;
  • 17 one-bedroom units, 23 two-bedrooms & 14 three-bedroom units
  • a building height of 69 ft.;
  • a density of 2.63 FSR; and
  • 62 underground parking spaces and 84 bicycle parking spaces.

5733-alberta 5733-alberta_1 5733-alberta_2The application is being considered under the Cambie Corridor Plan.

The architect for the project is GBL Architects.

Latest Cambie Infill Project Features Large Units

The latest rezoning application to emerge along the Cambie Corridor is for a small 7,863 SF single-family corner lot at the Southeast corner of Cambie Street and West 35th Avenue. The site sits adjacent to another large rezoning application to the South, but the site qualifies for a standalone development with 62 feet of frontage.

The plan for 5110 Cambie Street is for a 6-storey residential building with townhouses on the lane. Details include:

  • a total of 12 condo units (7 in the building + 5 townhouses)
  • 11 three bedroom units and 1 two-bedroom unit
  • average unit size of 1,277 SF
  • a building height of 66 ft.;
  • a building efficiency of 81%;
  • a total density of 2.40 FSR; and
  • 14 vehicle parking spaces & 18 bicycle spaces on one level of underground parking

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5110-cambie_2The building features one elevator and ‘city style’ townhomes on the bottom two floors, with two units per floor on floors 3-5, and one penthouse unit.

The application is being considered under the Cambie Corridor Plan. The architect for the project is Billiard Architecture.

The lot was acquired in March 2016 for $3,898,000, which equates to $206 per buildable SF.

22-Unit Building Planned Near Cambie & King Edward

Pennyfarthing Homes has submitted a rezoning application for a single family lot on the East side of Cambie Street, just South of West King Edward Avenue at 4138 Cambie Street. The plan for the 11,095 SF site is for a 6-storey concrete condo building, including:

  • 22 units including 2 townhouses on the lane
  • 1 studio unit, 15 two bedroom units & 6 three-bedroom units
  • a total density of 2.33 FSR
  • a building height of 67 feet
  • 25 underground parking spaces on one level

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The rezoning is being done under the Cambie Corridor Plan.

Pennyfarthing is enjoying success on projects already underway in the Cambie Corridor including Bennington House on King Edward, The Grayson (which is now sold out and sits directly south of the above mentioned site), and Hawthorne, which is rezoned and soon to be released.