The changes would remove the rezoning requirement for social and co-op housing across Vancouver, saving one to years in the development process.
A rezoning for the Aaron Webster Housing Co-operative proposes adding a six-storey co-op housing building at East Pender and Victoria Drive.
A smart-looking market rental building is proposed for the corner of Knight Street and East 28th Avenue in east Vancouver, designed by GBL Architects and Considered Design Inc.
The redevelopment of a former Hyundai dealership on Kingsway in Mount Pleasant will add 215 secured rental homes.
Renfrew Residences is an upcoming rental apartment project on Renfrew Street, with 185 units in two buildings designed by WA Architects.
Lotus Capital has applied to rezone four single family lots on East Broadway near Garden Drive for a six-storey market condo building.
Sunrise Senior Living is planning a new 95-unit seniors care home next to the Corpus Christi Church in East Vancouver.
The 40 strata units will include 10 additional lock-off units, which the developer hopes will provide additional rental in the neighbourhood.
A single-family home on Slocan Street in East Vancouver will make way for a six-unit building designed by FLAT Architecture Inc.
A unique Scandinavian-inspired home near Trout Lake in East Vancouver is on the market, with dark stained cedar cladding and high-end windows.
We first reported on Reliance Properties’ plans for an eight-storey, mixed-use building at East Hastings and Semlin in May 2019. Now, the developer has filed an official rezoning application for the project, designed by DIALOG.
Three single-family homes on East 7th Avenue near Clark Drive will come down to make way for a 15-unit stacked townhouse development, built to Passive House standards.
Development on Frances Street in East Vancouver near Clark Drive is heating up, with two new proposals in one week.
Cressey has filed a development application for a mixed-use building at Kingsway and Dumfries Street, on the site of a former RONA store.
TransLink has taken the wraps off improvements to the Joyce-Collingwood SkyTrain station, including a new Instagram-worthy public art installation.