Shape Properties has submitted their rezoning application for Tower 5 of the Amazing Brentwood project. The tower is actually the fourth to be rezoned, with the first three towers now sold out and under construction.
This tower will be located at the Northeast corner of Willingdon Avenue and Halifax Street. Details include:
- A 51-storey tower located above a 2-storey commercial podium
- 506 condo units
- 287 one-bedrooms, 190 two-bedrooms, 27 three-bedrooms & 2 four-bedrooms
- 11.21 FAR (on net site)
- 37,542 SF of commercial space
- 673 parking stalls
Once this phase is complete, the four towers will represent almost 2,000 units.
Rezoning and Special Development Permit applications have been submitted to the City of New Westminster for a new development at 618 Carnarvon Street, a 39,747 SF site that includes the consolidation of a six properties with frontages along Carnarvon, Sixth and Clarkson Street.
The existing zoning for the site at 618 Carnarvon Street is C-4 and it is currently improved with lowrise commercial buildings.
The planned project includes a 33-storey condo tower, including:
- 253 units;
- 28 studios, 69 one-bedrooms, 126 two-bedrooms & 39 three-bedrooms;
- a total building height of 350 ft.;
- a total density of 6.20 FSR;
- retail uses fronting Sixth Street;
- 325 underground parking spaces.
- A ‘pocket park’ fronting onto Sixth and Carnarvon.
- A CAC of $2,900,000
The site is designated Mixed Use High Density Designation within the Downtown Community Plan. The site is also located within the Tower Precinct in the Downtown Community Plan.
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.
Bold Properties has submitted their rezoning application for a five-lot assembly on Oak Street between West 67th Avenue and West 70th Avenue. The assembly at 8378-8432 Oak Street is a total of 18,924 SF, and the proposal is for a 6-storey residential building that includes:
- 38 units;
- 30 two-bedrooms and 8 three-bedrooms;
- a total density of 2.49 FSR;
- a building height of 73 ft.; and
- 52 vehicle parking spaces and 48 bicycle parking spaces.
The application is being considered under the Marpole Community Plan. The full application can be viewed here: http://rezoning.vancouver.ca/applications/8378-8432oakst/index.htm
The architect for the project is Gateway Architecture.
The City of Vancouver has received a rezoning application for the Turner’s Dairy property, a commercial/industrial building built in 1913 and located at the southwest corner of Ontario Street and West 17th Avenue in Vancouver. The RS-7 zoned site is 11,812 SF.
The building was bought in 1978 by the Hemani family and converted to a manufacturing space for the family business: leather goods, and has operated there since that time.
The rezoning proposal is for the adaptive reuse of the existing 3-storey building, including:
- heritage restoration and designation;
- a total of 13 market residential units in stacked/courtyard rowhouse form;
- a total density of 1.82 FSR;
- a building height of 35 ft.;
- 20 vehicle parking spaces; and
- 18 bicycle spaces.
The rezoning is being made under the City’s Heritage Policies and Guidelines, including the Heritage Action Plan
The architect for the project is ASIR Studio.
The full rezoning application can be viewed here: http://rezoning.vancouver.ca/applications/6w17thave/index.htm
Boffo Developments has submitted an application to rezone a 4.12 acre site at Lougheed and Springer in the Eastern part of the Brentwood Town Centre area of Burnaby. The site is currently comprised of five older industrial buildings located near the Holdom Skytrain Station. The current zoning is M-2.
The site has a designation of RM-5s designation in the Brentwood Town Centre Development Plan. Boffo is proposing a four-tower project to be established by a master plan over the entire site. Phase 1 would occur in the Northeast corner of the site, and future rezoning applications would be required for the subsequent three phases.
- Four residential towers from 25 to 40-storeys;
- Above-ground parking screened by street fronting townhouses;
- Extension of Lougheed Parkway concept along South side of Lougheed Hwy;
- Public plaza at Lougheed and Springer Avenue.