HousingMarket rental units proposed for Main and East 32nd

Market rental units proposed for Main and East 32nd

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A six-storey building with 89 secured market rental units is proposed for Main Street and East 32nd Avenue.

The site is currently used as vehicle storage for Clarkdale Volkswagen, whose showroom is located two blocks away.

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Site at 4745-4795 Main Street. Credit: Strand Development

The new building, by Strand Development, will also include 12,000 sq ft. of ground floor retail. There will be 80 underground parking stalls and 156 bicycle parking spaces.

Architects are Yamamoto Architecture, with landscape architecture by Prospect and Refuge.

A community open house will be held on November 27, 2019, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Phoenix Gymnastics at 4588 Clancy Loranger Way.

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