We are pleased to announce the completion of another sale in the Cambie Corridor. 404-434 West 23rd Avenue is an assembly of five single family lots expected to be rezoned for townhouse use in the forthcoming Cambie Corridor Phase 3 Plan. The total site area is 24,503 SF.
Contact us for further details.
Boffo Properties has submitted a rezoning application for a four-lot land assembly in Edgemont Village, which they intend on developing as a follow-up to their currently under construction project nearby “Edgemont Walk”.
The site is located at 1031, 1037, 1041 and 1045 Ridgewood Dr., just East of Grosvenor’s Connaught project, also under construction. The lots were redesignated in 2015 in the Edgemont Village Centre Plan, and allow townhouses up to 1.20 FSR.
Details of the proposal include:
- 25 townhouse units in five 3-storey buildings;
- 3-bedroom units ranging from 1,725 to 2,402 SF;
- A total density of 1.20 FSR;
- 52 parking stalls
- A CAC payment of $180,000.
The architect for the project is TKA+D Projects.
We are pleased to introduce this 36,719 SF full-city block, 5-lot development site located within the Cambie Phase townhouse area, slated for rezoning by the City of Vancouver in early 2018. For further information: BRO 809-889 W 33rd Ave
The Allaire Group and Headwater Projects has applied to the City of Port Moody to redevelop four single family lots at 64-74 Seaview Drive at Clarke Road near the Coquitlam border. The lots total 40,121 SF and are designated Single Family Low Density in the Official Community Plan (OCP) and are zoned One-Family Residential (RS1). The proposal requires an amendment to the OCP to change the land use designation to Multi-Family Residential.
The proposal is for a new townhouse development that includes:
- 28 townhouse units
- All three-bedrooms (1,304 SF to 1,731 SF)
- a total density of 0.95 FAR;
- 62 underground parking spaces;
- A $6 per SF CAC payment.
The architect for the project is Integra Architecture.
We are pleased to introduce this 5-lot land assembly in the Cambie Village area of Vancouver. The 21,500 SF site is located half a block from King Edward Skytrain Station on a quiet, tree-lined street that represents the Cambie Phase 3 plan area boundary. Per the Cambie Phase 3 draft plan, these lots are designated for townhouse pre-zoning.
Download the brochure here: BRO 568-592 West 24th Ave
Bogner Development Group has applied to rezone a single family lot assembly comprising 43,920 SF at the corner of West 41st Avenue and Columbia Street. The plan for 146-186 West 41st Avenue and 5726 Columbia Street is to rezone from RS-1 to CD-1 to allow a new townhouse development that includes:
- two four-storey buildings on West 41st Avenue;
- four two-storey buildings at the lane;
- a total of 40 market units;
- a total density of 1.87 FSR;
- a height of 40 ft.; and
- one level of underground parking with 71 vehicle parking spaces and 99 bicycle spaces.
The application is being considered under the Cambie Corridor Plan.
The architect for the project is Raymond Letkeman Architects.
Marcon has submitted an OCP amendment and rezoning application to the City of Port Moody three separate parcels of land located along St. George Street in the Moody Centre area. The lots in question are 22 single family lots located between 3010-3042, 3009-3029, and 3037-3113 St. George Street, and combine for a total land area of 191,462 SF. Dallas Creek bisects the townhouse portion of the site.
Details of the project include:
- 252 total units;
- 179 units within two six-storey buildings on Parcel 1 on the north side of St. George Street; (104 one-beds, 55 two-beds and 20 three-beds)
- 73 townhouses respectively on Parcels 2 and 3 on the south side of St. George Street in a total of 11 buildings; (50 three-beds and 23 four-bed units);
- an overall density of 1.42 FAR;
- 402 underground parking spaces;
- significant enhancements to Dallas Creek watershed, including daylighting; re-establishment of water flows; channel widening; in-stream habitat creation; removal of buildings and structures within the Streamside Protection and Enhancement Area (SPEA); and creation and restoration of the riparian habitat;
- the dedication to the City of the SPEA and neighbouring park/open space totalling 36,166 SF;
- the provision of six affordable housing units for Kinsight.
An OCP amendment is required to increase the maximum permitted height of the properties on the north side of St. George Street from three storeys to six storeys; re-designate portions of the property as Parks and Open Space; and allow for flexibility in relation to SPEA setbacks from Dallas Creek in line with other OCP policies.
The architect for the project is SHIFT Architecture.