Citimark has submitted a rezoning application and OCP amendment to redevelop an 8-lot single family land assembly in the Lower Capilano area of North Vancouver. The lots are located at 1886 -1956 Belle Isle Place and 2046 Curling Road, just North of Larco’s large rental development, now under construction.
The area, now called Lions Gate Village Centre, was redesignated by the District of North Vancouver in 2015 to allow for townhouse uses, and this project is the 2nd to go before council, following PC Urban who recently applied for 23 units just up the street on Glenaire Drive.
The plan is for a townhouse development that includes:
- 88 three-storey townhouses in ten separate buildings
- a density of 1.20 FSR
- a building height of 41 feet
- 163 underground parking stalls
- a community amenity contribution of $324,071
- expansion and improvement of Belle Isle Park.
Conwest Residential has applied to the City of Vancouver to develop a new townhouse project on a 13,490 SF RM-7 zoned land assembly in the Norquay Village area of East Vancouver. The site is located on Ward Street, just West of Earles Street. Details of the proposal include:
- 16 townhouse units in two buildings
- a total density of 1.20 FSR (16,188 SF);
- a building height of 37.42 feet
- 12 surface parking spaces having vehicular access from the lane;
Under the site’s existing RM-7 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 b2 architecture inc.
A development application has been submitted for an RM-7 zoned site on Duchess Street (at the corner of Cheyenne Ave) in the Norquay Village area of East Vancouver. The application proposes to consolidate two single family lots and develop two 4-storey townhouse residential buildings. The proposal includes:
- 12 townhouse units
- a density of 1.15 FSR (12,632 SF)
- total building height of 37.65 ft.
- at-grade lane parking (8 stalls)
- 30 bicycle spaces
The architect for the project is Eszter Csutkai.
Listraor, a local development company that specializes in townhouses, is planning their third development near Oak and 41st, in between two other townhouse project already approved earlier this year.
Currently zoned RS-1, the lots in question total 14,392 and are being proposed for rezoning to townhouse under the Oakridge Langara Policy Statement. Details include:
- 2 buildings, with a maximum height of 4 storeys (38 ft.);
- 12 market townhouse units between 1,387 and 1,511 SF
- a density of 1.20 FSR;
- 24 underground parking spaces;
- 24 bicycle spaces.
The site sits between two other Listraor projects that have already been approved. To the North is a 12-unit townhouse project, and to the South – a 19-unit townhouse project.
An application has been made by SVM Developments to rezone a 23,923 SF site at 6989-7029 Royal Oak Avenue in Burnaby from R5 to CD to allow a 3-storey, 23-unit stacked townhouse development with underground parking.
Royal Oak is an emerging area with predominantly ground oriented townhouse and 4-storey development. Prices are rising due to its walkable location to Metrotown and relative affordability compared to highrises closer in to the core.
A portion of the site at 7029 Royal Oak Avenue was purchased from the City of Burnaby in November 2013 for $112 per SF of land.
Further details include:
- a density of 0.9 FAR
- Total floor area of 20,684 SF
- 23 Two-bedroom townhouse units
- 41 underground parking stalls
Burnaby NewsLeader – Townhouses proposed for Hastings, Sardis.
Almost five years after the rezoning process started a townhouse project for North Burnaby is set to go to public hearing.
In November 2007, the developer first proposed a 17-unit stacked townhouse project at 5161 and 5191 Hastings St., at the northwest corner of Hastings and Springer Avenue. The properties are currently home to an older four-plex and an older single-family home, according to a city staff report, and both are designated for medium-density apartment projects in city plans.
Read more: http://www.burnabynewsleader.com/news/175861301.html