Three single-family lots at the corner of Oak Street and West 47th Avenue will soon be home to a 36-unit stacked townhouse development.
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The continuing redevelopment of shopping centres across the Lower Mainland, including Oakridge Centre, Lansdowne Centre, Brentwood Town Centre, Lougheed Town Centre and Metrotown, will bring thousands of new homes to the market.
In downtown Vancouver, luxury condominium towers designed by internationally-renowned architects, like Vancouver House by Bjarke Ingels, are transforming the skyline.
Hundreds of new projects launch every year across the Lower Mainland, from entry-level projects targeting first-time buyers in the suburbs, to luxurious, high-end tower homes west of Denman.
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.
Lotus Capital has applied to rezone four single family lots on East Broadway near Garden Drive for a six-storey market condo building.
A future development in West Vancouver — the “Wentworth Lands” — could pave the way for a gondola connecting the mountainside to Dundarave.
Five houses will be demolished to make way for 50 stacked townhomes in the continuing densification of the Cambie Corridor.
GBL Architects says the second tower of The Holland in Surrey has received unanimous support from the Advisory Design Panel.
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BlueSky Brightside goes before Surrey city council, a three-tower development with over 1,300 units, including purpose-built rentals.
Local developer, Vertex Developments, is offering eight per cent interest on deposits at its upcoming project, The Hillcrest, with the idea of covering any interest owed on down payment loans, plus an additional three-to-four per cent interest as an incentive.
Sapperton Green will transform the area around Braid SkyTrain station in New Westminster into a transit-oriented, master-planned community.
Plans for a six-storey development on Cambie Street, known as the Slate Block, have been approved by Vancouver city council.
Buffalo Group is behind plans for 210 new homes on St. Johns Street in Port Moody, with a mix of market strata and rentals.
Beedie Living has released a ‘preliminary artistic vision’ of its Fraser Mills development, a future waterfront community with more than 5,000 homes.
The 40 strata units will include 10 additional lock-off units, which the developer hopes will provide additional rental in the neighbourhood.
A single-family home on Slocan Street in East Vancouver will make way for a six-unit building designed by FLAT Architecture Inc.