HousingCondosWest 41st and Dunbar corner to get new look

West 41st and Dunbar corner to get new look

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The building, designed by IBI Group, includes 48 parking stalls. The retail space will measure 10,000 square feet, broken up into several units.

The architecture is described as “west coast modern” with a crisp and airy colour palette and warm wood tone accents.

Metal spiral staircases will provide access to the rooftop decks for some of the residences.

Unit sizes include one, two and three-bedroom layouts.

Renderings: West 41st and Dunbar

West 41st and Dunbar - View looking northwest
View looking northwest. Credit: IBI Group
West fa莽ade, view from laneway
West fa莽ade, view from laneway. Credit: IBI Group
South fa莽ade looking north
South fa莽ade looking north. Credit: IBI Group
Site at West 41st and Dunbar
Development site. Credit: IBI Group

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