HousingCondosCambie and 16th by Wesgroup seeks development application

Cambie and 16th by Wesgroup seeks development application

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Cambie and 16th by Wesgroup has been submitted for a development application with the City of Vancouver, with a project launch expected soon.

Plans call for a seven-storey, mixed-use building with 53 strata condominiums and ground-floor commercial space. There will be three levels of underground parking.

Olson Kundig is the design architect for this project, while IBI is the local/associate architect.

The project is a Passive Design, and setbacks in the building’s massing allows for “corner units” in all condominiums.

Rendering: 3220 Cambie Street

Cambie and 16th Wesgroup rendering
Rendering of upcoming development as seen from West 16th Avenue looking west. Credit: IBI Group

The site was formerly a Chevron gas station.

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