HousingCondosTransformation of Cambie Street continues with latest proposal

Transformation of Cambie Street continues with latest proposal

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The magic of transforming single-family lots into development sites through land assembly continues at a furious pace on Cambie Street, as developers clamour to build condos in the highly desirable neighbourhood.

The latest proposal is for two six-storey condominium buildings at 7730-7770 Cambie Street, between West 61st and West 62nd, designed by Ankenman Marchand Architects.

Current condition:

The unit mix will be as follows:

  • 55 condominiums:
    • Studio: 6 units
    • One bedroom: 21 units
    • Two bedroom: 21 units
    • Three bedroom: 7 units
  • 13 Townhouses:
    • Two bedroom: 4 units
    • Two bedroom + flex: 2 units
    • Three bedroom: 4 units
    • Three bedroom + flex: 2 units
    • Four bedroom: 1 unit

There will be 94 underground parking stalls and 163 bicycle spaces. Both buildings will have rooftop amenity areas.

Renderings: Cambie Street condos

7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects
7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects
7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects
7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects
7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects
7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects
7730-7770 Cambie Street rendering
Rendering of 7730-7770 Cambie Street. Credit: Ankenman Marchand Architects

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