Bosa Properties is planning a townhouse complex on a land assembly on West 49th Avenue, designed by Ekistics Architecture.
Cambie Corridor Plan
The Cambie Corridor Plan identified 1,100 single-family lots for future townhouses, creating up to 8,200 new homes.
The City of Vancouver predicts that by 2041, the Cambie Corridor’s population is anticipated to more than double, with over 30,000 new homes, making it the biggest growth area outside of downtown Vancouver.
The Cambie Corridor plan calls for new family-oriented housing opportunities, in the form of townhouses, to be introduced in transition areas surrounding Cambie Street and other large sites.
The boundary of the plan extends to the laneway west of Oak Street.
A uniquely designed all-rental tower is slated for the corner of West 41st Avenue and Willow, designed by Arno Matis Architecture.
A land assembly across from Langara College will soon be redeveloped into a four-storey, mixed-use building, designed by GBL Architects.
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.
A single-family home just off Cambie Street at West 61st Avenue will be demolished to make way for a two-building, six-unit development.
Alabaster Homes is proposing three condo buildings on a land assembly on Ash Street, near West 35th Avenue, adjacent to the Heather Lands.
A proposal for a six-storey, mixed-use building at Cambie Street and West 59th Avenue is making its way through the rezoning process.
Three single family lots at 319 W 49th Ave will be redeveloped into a four-storey building with 63 market condominiums.
Developer Wesgroup is planning two 222 secured market rental units at Oak and West 41st, on the former site of a Chevron service station.
A six-storey condominium building with 27 units is planned for the corner of West 28th and Cambie Street.
A rezoning application for a 14-storey condo tower next to the Langara-49th Avenue Canada Line station is being considered.
A six-storey boutique condo building is planned for West 35th and Cambie in the continued densification of the Cambie Corridor.
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.
A new condo development on Cambie Street near Queen Elizabeth Park is reinforcing the old adage, “art is subjective.”