HousingCondosFour storeys slated for land assembly across from Langara College

Four storeys slated for land assembly across from Langara College

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GBL Architects designed the 92-unit residential building which will include ground floor retail units. There will also be townhouses on the laneway.

Perspective, townhouse frontage at lane
Perspective, townhouse frontage at lane. Credit: GBL Architects

“The overall massing of the building has been strategically broken in an asymmetrical fashion to give the impression of a diverse and eclectic retail street, with variation in the height and length of the street-facing retail frontages,” states the design rationale. 

Perspective, view from West 49th and Columbia Street
Perspective, view from West 49th and Columbia Street. Credit: GBL Architects

Residents will have access to a rooftop amenity area, with extensive landscaping and green roofs.

There will be a total of 140 underground parking stalls and 171 bicycle parking stalls.

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