HousingKingsway and Knight site targeted for rentals

Kingsway and Knight site targeted for rentals

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A sloped site on Kingsway near Knight that’s home to a series of small commercial buildings will soon be redeveloped into a six-storey rental project.

Yamamoto Architecture Inc. and Peterson Group are behind plans for the 49-unit project, with retail use on the ground floor.

There will be three townhouse units on the laneway, and two levels of underground parking.

The project site at 1375-1379 Kingsway is on the south end of a triangular-shaped block at the corner of Kingsway and Knight Street.

The architect says the proposal “responds to the City of Vancouver’s objectives and policies regarding affordable and family housing, transit-oriented communities, and sustainability.”

It’s being considered under the city’s Secured Market Housing Policy (Rental 100) policy.

Subject site on Kingsway near Knight Street
Subject site on Kingsway near Knight Street. Credit: Yamamoto Architecture Inc.
Project location
Project location at Kingsway and Knight. Credit: Yamamoto Architecture Inc.
Street level view of proposed building along Lane
Street level view of proposed building along laneway frontage. Credit: Yamamoto Architecture Inc.

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