Bucci Developments has submitted their application to rezone a 22,229 SF land assembly at the Northeast corner of Garden Drive and East 10th Avenue in the Grandview Woodland area of East Vancouver.
The site is currently zoned RS-1 single family but has been redesignated in the Grandview Woodland Community Plan to allow medium density residential. The application seeks to permit the development of a 6-storey residential building. The proposal includes:
68 condo units;
1 studio unit, 39 one-bedrooms, 9 two-bedrooms and 19 three-bedrooms;
I am pleased to introduce this remarkable corner site on Commercial Drive in the burgeoning Grandview Woodland area of East Vancouver. The site represents a rare opporunity to develop a 6-storey market residential building just 3 minutes from one of Vancouver’s busiest transit hubs – Commercial/Broadway Skytrain Station.
Mosaic Homes has submitted an application to rezone a site at East Hastings and Lakewood in the Grandview Woodland area. The 11,098 SF site at 2109 East Hastings (known to most by it’s long term tenant – Dairy Queen) is currently zoned C-2C1, and the proposed rezoning is for a development of a 6-storey mixed-use building with commercial uses at grade.
The proposal includes:
42 secured market rental residential units;
12 studios, 14 one-bedrooms, 14 two-bedrooms and 2 three-bedrooms;
Jameson Development Corp. has submitted an application to rezone a 15,738 SF site on the North side of Broadway just West of commercial at 1619-1651 East Broadway. The rezoning will be from the existing RM-4N zone to CD-1 to permit the development of a 10-storey mixed-use building.
The proposal includes:
93 total units (47 market rental units and 46 market strata units);
5,245 SF of ground floor retail space;
A total density of 4.00 FSR;
A height of approximately 32.3 m (105.8 ft.);
75 underground parking spaces; and
117 bicycle parking spaces.
This application is being considered under the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan. The rezoning policy allows for ‘mixed-tenure’ whereby 50% strata is allowed if the other 50% of the units are secured rental.
When it comes to controversial neighbourhood plans, especially in Grandview-Woodlands, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson says the city has shifted gears to listen to the public.
“Certainly with Grandview-Woodland and Marpole, I’ve said clearly we’re not going forward with the current timeline,” Robertson said to reporters at a Wednesday launch event for the city’s online public engagement tool, Talk Vancouver.
City council is expected to decide on Sept. 25 whether to extend the community plan, along with three other community plans underway in Marpole, the West End and the Downtown Eastside.
“As of July 15, 2013, 718 individuals have sent a message to Mayor and Council, noting that “the land use rezoning proposals in the ‘Emerging directions’ document and map…came as a complete surprise to the community when they were published in June 2013” and demanding at least six months more for the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan (“a reasonable period of time”) for “an open and collaborative process to discuss, debate and select preferred options with regard to these proposals.”
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Council direct staff to:
a. Extend the timeline for the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan by at least six months;
b. Conduct an open and collaborative process for the community to discuss, debate, and select preferred options for the Community Plan.”