HousingCondosFour towers planned at Minoru and Lansdowne in Richmond

Four towers planned at Minoru and Lansdowne in Richmond

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Thind Properties is planning three residential towers and one office tower at Minoru Boulevard and Lansdowne Road in Richmond.

The development, designed by IBI Group, will include the following:

  • total of 429 units
    • 341 market condominiums
    • 88 affordable housing units
    • Towers of 11, 12 (2x) and 13 storeys
  • 161,828 square feet office space
  • 25,052 square feet retail space
  • 632 parking stalls
5800 Minoru Boulevard project site
Site of upcoming development at Minoru Blvd. and Lansdowne Road. Credit: Google Maps
5800 Minoru Boulevard rendering
Rendering of upcoming development at 5800 Minoru Blvd. in Richmond. Credit: IBI Group
5800 Minoru Boulevard rendering
Rendering of upcoming development at 5800 Minoru Blvd. in Richmond. Credit: IBI Group
5800 Minoru Boulevard rendering
Rendering of upcoming development at 5800 Minoru Blvd. in Richmond. Credit: IBI Group

The site is comprised of three lots occupied by older low-rise industrial-type buildings with surface parking. The tenants include non-profits like the Richmond Society for Community Living and the Community Mental Wellness Association of Canada.

The redevelopment by Thind Properties will include 4,582 square feet of new space for the non-profits currently on site, as well as tenant relocation assistance while the development is constructed.

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