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Redevelopment of former Richmond Cactus Club revealed

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The former location of Cactus Club on No. 3 Road in Richmond will soon be redeveloped into a high-density rental apartment tower with retail.

Headwater Living Inc. has applied to the City of Richmond to rezone the site and permit the construction of a 15-storey building with 149 purpose-built market rental housing units.

There will be 5,732 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, shown in the renderings as a restaurant. Cactus Club has since moved to a new location in CF Richmond Centre, so it’s unlikely they would move back into the new development once complete.

The podium will be clad in angled, perforated metal panels, and upper levels will be a mix of composite metal or cementious panels and reflective glass.

Richmond Cactus Club redevelopment rendering Canada Line
Restaurant space with Canada Line guideway to the right. Credit: MCMP Architects
Richmond Cactus Club redevelopment rendering tower
Tower rendering. Credit: MCMP Architects
Richmond Cactus Club redevelopment rendering rooftop
Rendering showing rooftop. Credit: MCMP Architects

All of the underground parking stalls will have EV charging capability.

Architects are Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership (MCMP Architects).

The site is directly across the street from Lansdowne Centre, which will be redeveloped in the near future into a high-density, mixed-use neighbourhood with up to 24 towers.

Development site
Project location. Credit: MCMP Architects
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