Alabaster Homes is proposing three condo buildings on a land assembly on Ash Street, near West 35th Avenue, adjacent to the Heather Lands.
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A proposal for a six-storey, mixed-use building at Cambie Street and West 59th Avenue is making its way through the rezoning process.
Three single family lots at 319 W 49th Ave will be redeveloped into a four-storey building with 63 market condominiums.
Developer Wesgroup is planning two 222 secured market rental units at Oak and West 41st, on the former site of a Chevron service station.
A six-storey condominium building with 27 units is planned for the corner of West 28th and Cambie Street.
Marcon is planning an 18-storey, 100 per cent rental building on West 42nd Avenue near Oakridge.
A six-storey boutique condo building is planned for West 35th and Cambie in the continued densification of the Cambie Corridor.
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.
Five houses will be demolished to make way for 50 stacked townhomes in the continuing densification of the Cambie Corridor.
Sixty-two townhouses are slated for West 28th Avenue, between Heather Street and Ash Street, on six legal parcels which were rezoned in 2019.
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
Gryphon Development and Acton Ostry have filed a rezoning application for a 10-storey condo building at Cambie Street and West 49th Avenue.
Three single family lots located one block from Cambie Street will soon be replaced by an 18-storey student housing tower.
Pennyfarthing Homes is planning 65 condominium homes in two concrete buildings at 4989-5049 Ash Street, close to the former RCMP Heather Street lands, where up to 2,500 homes are planned.
Densification of the Cambie Corridor, particularly between King Edward and West 41st continues at a rapid pace, with single-family homes making way for multi-family buildings.