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.
We are pleased to introduce this 3-lot land assembly in the Cambie Corridor Phase 3 townhouse area. The 18,750 SF (150′ x 125′) site is ideally situated on a quiet, tree-lined street (West 28th) between Cambie & Oak and represents an ideal townhouse development opportunity.
Download the brochure here: Brochure – 800 Block West 28th Ave
We are pleased to introduce this 60′ x 125′ corner lot on a quiet street at West 26th Avenue and Ash Street in the Cambie Corridor.
For more information, please download the brochure here: Brochure – 594 West 26th Ave
Cressey Development Group is proposing to redevelop six residential lots in the Lions Gate Village area of Norht Vancouver (formerly Lower Capilano).
The lots are located on the border with West Vancouver at 1801-1865 Glenaire Drive and 2064 – 2082 Curling Road and together comprise a 50,289 SF L-shaped site.
The proposed new development includes:
- 40 three-storey, 3-bedroom townhouses in 6 buildings;
- Unit sizes ranging from 1,610 SF to 1,811 SF;
- a total density of 1.19 FSR;
- a CAC of $164,797
Anthem Properties has submitted an application to allow the construction of a 173-unit townhouse development on a 7.91 acre site, known as “Mercer Landing” at 41 and 175 Duncan Street in the Queensborough area of New Westminster.
The site was previously rezoned in 2013 to allow 48 townhouses and 425 apartment units with a total density of 1.50 FSR.
The current proposal includes:
- 173 townhouses including 95 two-bedrooms and 78 four-bedroom units
- 2 parking stalls per unit and 37 visitor stalls
- a total density of 0.72 FSR
- 5,575 square foot site for use as a child care w/ a two storey 2,600 SF building
The site would be remediated and the perimeter dyke would be upgraded to current
standards. The City’s perimeter walkway would be extended and dedicated to the City. The foreshore area will see a demolition of existing structures and, a rehabilitation of the shoreline.
The application requires two amendments to the Official Community Plan to allow residential development in an area currently designated as (ME) Mixed Employment. A change to Parks/Community Facilities is also required to allow the child care in am location currently designated for a residential use.
Anthem acquired the site in November 2016 for $26,800,000, which equates to $108 per buildable based on the current application ($66 per buildable based on the higher density previously approved.
The architect for the project is Ekistics Architecture.
A development application has been submitted for a 20,000 SF assembled site at 3625 Rae Avenue in the Joyce Collingwood area of East Vancouver.
The proposed plan for the site is a stacked townhouse development that includes:
- 25 townhouse units;
- 8 two-bedrooms, 8 three-bedrooms and 9 four-bedrooms;
- a total density of 1.40 FSR;
- one level of underground parking, having vehicular access from the North lane, on this site.
The application describes the design rationale: “The project consists of two buildings, one is 3 1/2 storey along North of the lane and one 2 1/2 storey massing fronting Rae Avenue to provide visual transition to the lower height neighbourhood.”
Under the site’s existing CD-1 zoning, the application is “conditional” so it may be permitted; however, it requires the decision of the Director of Planning.
The architect for the project is Matthew Cheng.
The site was assembled in 2016 for $8,100,000 or $290 per buildable SF based on the application.
A development application has been submitted to the City of Vancouver for permission to consolidate three single family lots at the Southeast corner of Granville Street and Park Drive in marpole.
The proposed development plan for 1488 Park Drive (entitled ‘Park Grand’) is for a new 3-storey residential building(s), consisting of:
- 17 units;
- a total density of 1.19 FSR;
- 26 parking spaces in an underground garage having vehicular access from the lane.
Under the site’s existing RM-8N zoning, the application is “conditional” so it may be permitted; however, it requires the decision of the Director of Planning.
The site was assembled by Grandlake Investments Corp. in 2016 for a total of $8,670,000, or $377 per buildable SF.
The architect for the project is Cornerstone Architecture.