A rezoning application has been filed for a site at SW Marine Drive and Manitoba Street, for a six-storey, secured market rental building.
New rental apartments in Vancouver
Projects including new rental apartments across the Lower Mainland.
With Vancouver's low vacancy rate and thousands of new residents moving to the city every year, developers are returning to the rental apartment market as rents have risen to levels that make new construction economically feasible.
City of Vancouver policies to encourage the construction of new apartments has resulted in addition of thousands of new rental units.
There’s now a plan for redevelopment of the Balfour Block, one of the most coveted sites in the Cambie Corridor.
PCI Developments is planning a 14-storey, mixed-use building with retail, office and market rentals at West 41st and Cambie Street.
With a development application officially filed and the project approved, there are new renderings of Westbank’s Broadway and Alma building.
A rezoning application has been filed for a colourful, 18-storey rental building at the corner of West 2nd and Ontario, next to Vancouver’s Olympic Village.
A 7/11 at the corner of Kingsway and Joyce in East Vancouver will be replaced by a six-storey, mixed-use building with rentals and retail.
Vancouver-based Westland is planning an ambitious condo and rental tower development in Burnaby, across from Metrotown on Beresford Avenue.
Chard Development is planning a major, purpose-built rental project at Marine Drive and Ash Street, near the Canada Line station.
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.
A modern, mixed-use building with rounded edges is proposed for West 41st Avenue in Kerrisdale, containing 42 secured market rental units.
Epta Development Corporation is planning to develop a 12-storey rental tower with below-market units at East Broadway and Renfrew.
A small building housing The Li Rong Wushu and Qigong martial arts academy on Slocan Street will soon make way for a four-storey, mixed-use building.
A long-awaited redevelopment of the London Drugs on East Hastings in the Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood is finally moving forward, years after the site was partially cleared.
A rezoning application at Dundas and Lakewood will be the first new residential project on the Dundas-Powell Street corridor in over a decade.
Lougheed Village will be the largest, all-rental development in Metro Vancouver with the addition of three new high-rise towers by Toronto-based Starlight Developments.