Behind many buildings in Vancouver’s West End is untapped potential — room for an infill building that could increase the rental stock.
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Two 14-storey towers with social and rental housing, plus shelter space, are proposed next to the East Hastings Street/Raymur overpass in the Downtown Eastside.
A strip mall at East 12th and Commercial Drive will soon be replaced by six-storey, mixed-use building, developed by Wesgroup Properties.
Marcon is planning an 18-storey, 100 per cent rental building on West 42nd Avenue near Oakridge.
In an ironic twist for TransLink, the zoning in Burnaby requires 183 parking stalls based on the site’s location within a town centre.
BlueSky Properties is planning a 34-storey, 100% rental tower at 5970-5994 Kathleen Street, just west of Willingdon and south of Kingsway.
BOSA Properties and BlueSky Properties are planning a 40-storey residential tower in Burnaby that the architect describes as “smart and sustainable, and a direct reaction to overly formulaic residential towers.”
Anthem Properties is planning a 44-storey condo tower at Wilson and Central Blvd. in Burnaby, near the Patterson SkyTrain station.
A luxury condominium tower in Coal Harbour may be never be built after the developer filed for creditor protection.
A 34-storey tower is proposed on Elliot Street in New Westminster, near the Pattullo Bridge, designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects.
A six-storey boutique condo building is planned for West 35th and Cambie in the continued densification of the Cambie Corridor.
The redevelopment of a former Hyundai dealership on Kingsway in Mount Pleasant will add 215 secured rental homes.
Ten bronze cast panels designed by a prominent Musqueam artist have been installed at UBC’s Vancouver campus.
A beautiful penthouse loft on the coveted 500-block of Beatty Street, across from Chambar Restaurant, is on the market.
Amazon Canada will be the largest corporate office tenant in downtown Vancouver once two towers are occupied above The Post development.