Strand Development is preparing a rezoning application for a mixed-use development adjacent to the new St. Paul’s Hospital.
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.
This week, Addy launches The Lex, a 45-unit rental apartment building on Granville Street with ground floor retail, built in 2003, which individual investors can purchase a slice of.
The proposal calls for 478 homes, over 100 of which would be targeted at essential workers earning between $39,200 and $78,500 annually.
SHAPE Properties is sharing new details on future plans for ‘The Amazing Brentwood’ and ‘The City of Lougheed’ master-planned developments.
BC Housing has purchased the Burns Block in the Downtown Eastside, and will convert the micro suite building into housing for women experiencing homelessness.
Two six-storey buildings containing 124 secured market rental units are planned at Main and East 54th, south of the Sunset Community Centre.
The new building, designed by Birmingham & Wood Architects + Planners, will contain 39 units, including studio, one, two and three-bedroom layouts.
Bosa Properties is planning two large rental towers in the West End, on sites previously slated for market condos.
The Province has announced $4.2 million worth of investment in mass timber construction, including a rental tower by Westbank in Vancouver.
PCI Developments is planning a six-storey, secured market rental building on the former site of a restaurant next to the Kootenay Bus Loop.
A rezoning application has been filed for a site at SW Marine Drive and Manitoba Street, for a six-storey, secured market rental building.
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.