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
A 5th lot has been added to this land assembly that we launched last week. The total site area is now 39,195 SF, and is located in the Cambie Corridor Phase 3 area with a townhouse designation.
The lots will be pre-zoned by the City of Vancouver once the Phase 3 Plan has been adopted by City of Vancouver Council in late 2017/early 2018.
Contact us for further details on the offer process.
A rezoning application has been submitted for a site at 905-959 Premier Street in the Lynnmour area of North Vancouver. The consists of four single family lots on the West side of Premier Street, bordering Inter River Park.
Details of the proposal include:
- 17-townhouse units in four buildings;
- all three-bedrooms ranging from 1,129 SF to 1,232 SF;
- a total density of 0.75 FSR;
- 35 parking spaces in garages.
- a total CAC payment of $257,281
We’re pleased to present this 4-lot land assembly located in the forthcoming Cambie Corridor Phase 3 area. The 31,695 SF site will potentially be zoned for townhouse use.
Download the full brochure here: BRO 66-96 W King Edward
An application has been submitted to the City of New Westminster to amend the Official Community Plan and rezone a site at 1102-1122 Salter Street in Queensborough. The area is currently zoned and primarily developed for single family use, and this lot could be built under existing zoning for 30 houses, or rezoned under the OCP for 50 houses.
The OCP amendment is being sought to allow the development of 78 units on this 5.1 acre site, including:
- nine duplex dwellings (18 units)
- 14 row houses
- 10 compact lot houses (3,600-3,800 SF lot)
- 36 townhouses
- total density of 0.85 FSR
- secondary suites not allowed
- land dedication on the foreshore for extension of Queensbourough Permiter Trail
The architect for the project is Bernard Decosse.
PC Urban has submitted a rezoning application and OCP amendment for a 5-lot land assembly in the Lower Capilano area of North Vancouver. The site, sold by our team in 2015, is located on the northwest corner of Fullerton Avenue and Glenaire Drive, at the edge of the Capilano River Regional Park.
The lots in question were part of a larger zoning redesignation effort by the District of North Vancouver in 2015, which resulted in several blocks in the area being allowed for townhouse rezoning under the new OCP.
The plan is to redevelop five residential lots located at 1946 -1998 Glenaire Drive to allow a new 3-storey townhouse development, including:
- 23 three-bedroom townhouse units
- Unit sizes ranging from 1,726 SF to 2,322 SF
- three separate buildings
- onsite public pathway adjacent to the Capilano River
- a total density of 1.07 FSR
- a community amenity contribution of $121,581
- 46 underground parking stalls
We are pleased to introduce this 5-lot land assembly in the Phase 3 area of the Cambie Corridor. The site has potential to be redeveloped for ground-oriented housing in the forthcoming Phase 3 of the Cambie Corridor Plan.
Please contact us for further information. Brochure: Bro_West 26th Assembly Final E