Behind many buildings in Vancouver’s West End is untapped potential — room for an infill building that could increase the rental stock.
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.
Marcon is planning an 18-storey, 100 per cent rental building on West 42nd Avenue near Oakridge.
BlueSky Properties is planning a 34-storey, 100% rental tower at 5970-5994 Kathleen Street, just west of Willingdon and south of Kingsway.
Anthem Properties is planning a 44-storey condo tower at Wilson and Central Blvd. in Burnaby, near the Patterson SkyTrain station.
A 34-storey tower is proposed on Elliot Street in New Westminster, near the Pattullo Bridge, designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects.
The redevelopment of a former Hyundai dealership on Kingsway in Mount Pleasant will add 215 secured rental homes.
Two options are available in the redevelopment of West Vancouver’s Shoreline Apartments, and the future redevelopment of the ‘Pink Palace.’
Plans for a six-storey condominium building at West 32nd and Cambie Street have been revised and a new rezoning application submitted for a 100 per cent rental project.
The Cape Group is planning a nine-storey rental building at corner of East 1st Avenue and Scotia, including a 56 space daycare facility.
The look of an upcoming 14-storey building at West Broadway and Alma has been revised by the architects, scrapping a complex fin design for a new façade.
Cressey Development Corp. is planning to redevelop 250 East 15th Street in North Vancouver with a new rental apartment project.
Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design has designed rental apartments for artists, for a site on East 2nd Avenue, near Emily Carr University.
A Davie Street resident is worried about sleepless nights after a light display was switched on at a new development across the street.
A rezoning near Broadway and Commercial for a rental/strata building has been revised to be 100 per cent rental.
A 15-storey rental tower is proposed at West 41st and Columbia, near Oakridge, designed by GBL Architects for Bogner Development Group.