HousingCondosHigh-rise & YWCA non-market homes planned in Burnaby

High-rise & YWCA non-market homes planned in Burnaby

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Qualex-Landmark is planning a 31-storey high-rise and five-storey, non-market rental apartment building at Grange Street and Halley Avenue in Burnaby.

The tower will include 247 strata units, and the low-rise will include 32 non-market rental units.

The non-market housing component of the development will be operated by the YWCA, with a focus on serving women with children. It will be consist of solely two and three-bedroom units.

294 underground parking stalls will be provided for the development, as well as extensive bicycle storage.

Grange St highrise model
Model of highrise at 4275 Grange Street. Credit: RWA Group Architecture Ltd.
Grange St highrise drawings
Architectural drawings of highrise at 4275 Grange Street. Credit: RWA Group Architecture Ltd.
Grange St highrise site plan
Site plan for highrise development at Grange Street and Halley Avenue. Credit: RWA Group Architecture Ltd.
Colliers Grange St. massing
Graphic from Colliers at time of property sale, showing possible massing of future redevelopment. Credit: Colliers Canada
Grange St Colliers location
Graphic from Colliers showing location of property. Credit: Colliers Canada

The site is currently occupied by a low-rise strata condominium building, sold in 2019 by Colliers. It is located within the Metrotown Downtown Community Plan, which has spurred an unprecedented wave of high-rise development in the area.

The architects are RWA Group Architecture Ltd. of Vancouver.

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