A four-storey condo project is proposed for a long-vacant site at the southeast corner of Imperial Street and Royal Oak Avenue.
The site is made up 6808 and 6826 Royal Oak Ave and 5250 Imperial St. The proposal is for a mixed-use development with ground-floor commercial space and parking underground.
Rezoning for an earlier proposal was given third reading by council in 2008 but the owner has since revised the plan, making a new process necessary.
The current proposal is for commercial on both Imperial and Royal Oak with 45 apartment units on the three upper floors.
The units will comprise 15 one-bedrooms, 10 two-bedrooms, 17 two-bedrooms-plus-den units and three three-bedrooms-plus-den units.
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FDG Property Management has submitted a rezoning proposal for 161-165 E. Keith Rd. to allow the construction of a 93-unit 16-level residential building with 52 strata units, and 41 purpose built rental units secured in perpetuity and involving a density transfer/sale from adjacent City owned lands. The lands under consideration include Site B (12,598 SF) and the adjacent City Parcel Site A (7,600 SF) which have a combined area of 20,198 SF. This combined site shown below.
The existing rental building on the site, Park Lane Manor, was constructed in 1954 and has 12 units. As such, it is one of the older purpose-built rental buildings remaining in the City and is in relatively poor condition. It will be replaced by this proposal.
RDG Management Ltd. has made an application to rezone a 28,497 SF assembly at 508 West 28th Avenue and 4439-4461 Cambie Street from RS-1 to CD-1 to permit a 6-storey residential building that includes:
- 65 market housing units
- a building height of 74 ft.
- a density of 2.60 FSR
- 82 underground parking spaces
Learn more: http://former.vancouver.ca/commsvcs/planning/rezoning/applications/508w28th/index.htm
Pennyfarthing Development Corp. has made an application to rezone an assembled site at 357-391 West King Edward Avenue (one block East of Cambie) from RS-1 to CD-1 District. The proposal is for a residential development consisting of one 4-storey building and 2-storey townhouses along the lane.
The proposal includes:
- 43 residential units;
- a maximum building height of 50.5 ft
- a total density of 1.88 FSR
- 48 underground parking spaces.
The 22,956 SF site was assembled last year for a total of $6,985,000, representing $162 per buildable SF.
Learn more: http://former.vancouver.ca/commsvcs/planning/rezoning/applications/357-391wkingedward/index.htm
Another application for a rental apartment project has been submitted under the Rental 100 incentive program; this time in South Vancouver. The application is to rezone 7350 Fraser Street from RT-2 to CD-1 to allow a 6-storey rental building that includes:
- 96 secured market rental units
- a building height of 45.3 ft
- a density of 2.61 FSR
- 78 underground parking spaces
Learn more here: http://former.vancouver.ca/commsvcs/planning/rezoning/applications/7350fraser/index.htm
An application has been submitted under the Cambie Corridor Plan to rezone 7790 Cambie Street from RT-1 to CD-1 to allow a 6-storey rental building that includes:
- 27 market housing units;
- a building height of 70.5 ft. from grade;
- a density of 2.70 FSR
- 23 underground parking space
What’s unique about this proposal is that the site is only 118 ft x 72 ft. (8,501 SF).