CommercialOffice building, daycare slated for Cambie Village

Office building, daycare slated for Cambie Village

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Radiant City Architecture Inc. has designed the building which will include ground floor retail space and a private childcare facility on the second floor with 24 spaces. The location is in the heart of the Cambie Village shopping district.

3353 Cambie Street rezoning
Project site at 3353 Cambie Street. Credit: Radiant City Architecture Inc.

The architects say the ground-level retail space “will maintain the small scale cadence of historical Cambie Street texture.” The childcare level has a “playful window pattern that provides for views at the level of a small child, while denying some of those views to adults.” 

There will be three levels of underground parking with 36 spaces, and 10 bicycle parking spaces. The building will meet LEED Gold standards for sustainability.

The site consists of two lots and is currently occupied by single-storey retail buildings. 

The property was last sold in 2017 by Colliers for $10,600,000.

Renderings: Future office building at 3353 Cambie Street

Aerial view on Cambie St.
Aerial view on Cambie St. Credit: Radiant City Architecture Inc.
Aerial view on Tupper St.
Aerial view on Tupper St. Credit: Radiant City Architecture Inc.

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