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Rentals and retail slated for Main Street

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Locarno Legacy Corp. is planning a six-storey rental apartment building at Main Street and East 24th Avenue in Vancouver, designed by Yamamoto Architecture.

The new building will contain 60 secured market rental units, and ground floor retail. There will be 53 underground parking stalls and 128 bicycle parking spaces. A total of 42 per cent of the units are considered suitable for families — two or three bedrooms.

Renderings: Mount Pleasant rental apartments

Main and 24th rentals - Main Street frontage rendering
Rendering of upcoming secured market rental building at Main Street and East 24th Avenue in Vancouver. Credit: Yamamoto Architecture
Main and 24th rentals - corner Main and East 24th
Rendering of upcoming secured market rental building at Main Street and East 24th Avenue in Vancouver. Credit: Yamamoto Architecture

One of the four ground-floor retail units is specifically designed for a restaurant. Façade materials will include light grey brick, cementitious panels, wood-look soffits and charcoal-coloured metal window frames and canopy framing. Retail doors will be wood with a glass insert.

The development site consists of two properties which will be consolidated.

Development site at Main Street and East 24th Avenue
Current condition of development site at Main Street and East 24th Avenue. Credit: Yamamoto Architecture

Mount Pleasant development coverage

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