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Three towers and future transit plaza slated for West 57th and Cambie

Onni Group has submitted a development application for Parcel D of Cambie Gardens — the company’s major redevelopment of the Pearson Dogwood Lands on Cambie Street, between West 57th and 59th.

Parcel D is located at the corner of West 57th Avenue and Cambie Street, where a future Canada Line rapid transit station is planned.

The parcel is made up of three towers: two 28-storey towers and one 24-storey tower, containing:

  • 488 market condominiums
  • 223 secured non-market rental units
  • 30 supportive housing units
  • commercial on the ground floor
  • five levels of underground parking

Renderings: Cambie Gardens Parcel D

Plaza South West Perspective View
Transit plaza southwest perspective view. Credit: Onni Group
North East Perspective View
Northeast perspective view. Credit: Onni Group
South West Perspective View
Southwest perspective view. Credit: Onni Group
Plaza North West Perspective View
Plaza northwest perspective view. Credit: Onni Group

A transit plaza is planned at the corner of West 57th and Cambie, connecting to a diagonal pedestrian route through the site, through a central plaza and a new city park.

Cambie Gardens map
Map showing Cambie Gardens redevelopment by Onni Group, showing Parcel D in the top right.

The towers will have a sculpted and articulated expression, and include large podiums topped by residential amenities.

The master plan for Cambie Gardens was approved through a rezoning in 2017, and several parcels on the site have already been approved for development. Onni is actively marketing the development online.

Architects are IBI Group.

The development application will go to the Development Permit Board on Monday, September 30, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room at City Hall.

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Peter Meiszner
Peter Meiszner
Peter Meiszner is an experienced journalist and media relations professional, based in Vancouver. As founder of urbanYVR.com, he has been reporting on urban development across the Lower Mainland since 2016, and has also served as vice-chair of the Gastown Historic Area Planning Committee. In October 2022, he was elected to Vancouver city council and is no longer actively reporting for urbanYVR.

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