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Six new units to replace single-family home off Cambie

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A single-family home just off Cambie Street at West 61st Avenue will be demolished to make way for a two-building, six-unit development.

The redevelopment, designed by Stuart Howard Architects Inc., will consist of:

  • a three-storey plus basement stacked four-unit multiple dwelling (Building 1) on the North portion of the site
  • a three-storey stacked two-unit multiple dwelling (Building 2) on the South portion
  • three parking spaces at the rear

The units will range from 877 square feet to 1,214 square feet. Five of them will be townhouses and one will be a garden suite.

The redevelopment plan is conditionally approved under the site’s RM-8A zoning, which encourages the development of ground-oriented, medium-density multiple dwellings in the form of stacked townhouses and rowhouses.

Subject site at 502 West 61st Avenue
Subject site at 502 West 61st Avenue. Credit: Stuart Howard Architects Inc.
Google Maps 502 West 61st
Google Maps screenshot of 502 West 61st Avenue. Credit: Google Maps

This form of gentle density is seeing increased interest across Vancouver.

A triplex was recently proposed to replace a single-family home on East 8th Avenue near Nanaimo Street.

Rendering of front façade of proposed new development
Rendering of front façade of proposed new development. Credit: Architrix Design Studio Inc. via City of Vancouver
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