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Townhouses with lock-off suites proposed at W. 23 & Yukon

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Belford Properties is planning four townhouse buildings with a total of 27 units at the corner of West 23rd and Yukon in Vancouver.

The four buildings will surround an interior courtyard, and the development will have a “modern, west coast feel” that highlights the surrounding neighbourhood’s character, according to the design rationale from dys architecture.

Of the 27 units, there will be eight units that will include lock-off suites. A lock-off suite lets owners securely rent a portion of their condominium, and was pioneered over a decade ago at SFU UniverCity. The lock-off suite has its own door from the hallway, and its own small kitchen and bathroom.

The development will sit atop a single level of underground parking with 48 parking stalls.

Renderings: West 23rd and Yukon

Street view looking southwest at W. 23rd Avenue and Yukon intersection
Street view looking southwest at W. 23rd Avenue and Yukon intersection. Credit: dys architecture
View looking northwest
View looking northwest. Credit: dys architecture
Street view looking at intersection of Yukon Street and West 23rd Avenue, towards the southwest
Street view looking at intersection of Yukon Street and West 23rd Avenue, towards the southwest. Credit: dys architecture
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