HousingCondos30 townhouses planned near Queen Elizabeth Park

30 townhouses planned near Queen Elizabeth Park

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The project, designed by McKinley Studios, will include 30 units in three 3-storey buildings facing the street, and three 2.5-storey buildings facing an amenity courtyard at the laneway.

The architect says splitting the units into six separate buildings — versus long rows of townhouses — will allow for more windows and better light and ventilation. The majority of units will have glazing on three sides, versus two sides for typical townhouses. Two-storey units will include rooftop patios.

The material palette consists of masonry with dark bronze window mullions, highlighted by wood-look cladding and metal accents. Extensive planting and landscaping is also planned on and around the buildings.

Renderings: Townhouses near Queen Elizabeth Park

View from southwest corner at Heather Street
View from southwest corner at Heather Street. Credit: McKinley Studios
Cambie Corridor townhouses site plan
Site plan of upcoming stacked townhouse development by Belford Properties in the Cambie Corridor. Credit: McKinley Studios

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