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Transformation of Cambie Street continues with latest proposal

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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For more Cambie Corridor development stories, click here.

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Peter Meiszner
Peter Meiszner
Peter Meiszner is an experienced journalist and media relations professional, based in Vancouver. As founder of urbanYVR.com, he has been reporting on urban development across the Lower Mainland since 2016, and has also served as vice-chair of the Gastown Historic Area Planning Committee. In October 2022, he was elected to Vancouver city council and is no longer actively reporting for urbanYVR.

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