87 homes proposed for land assembly site on East Broadway

87 homes proposed for land assembly site on East Broadway

87 homes proposed for land assembly site on East Broadway

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Kenneth ChanJan 30, 2019 5:13 pm371
 

 

A modest residential development has been proposed for a site near the northwest corner of the intersection of East Broadway and Nanaimo Street in East Vancouver.

Epix Developments has submitted a rezoning application to redevelop the site at 2209-2249 East Broadway into a 65-ft-tall, six-storey residential building. It will replace approximately half a dozen single-family homes on the land assembly site.

2209-2249 East Broadway Vancouver

Site of 2209-2249 East Broadway, Vancouver. (Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design)

2209-2249 East Broadway Vancouver

Site of 2209-2249 East Broadway, Vancouver. (Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design)

The project, designed by Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design, calls for 87 strata titled homes, including a number of townhouses that line the building’s laneway frontage.

There will be a total floor area of 65,000 sq. ft., providing a floor space ratio density of 2.65 times the size of the development’s lot size.

A total of 95 vehicle parking stalls and 109 bike parking spaces will be located underground.

This proposal falls under the City’s Grandview-Woodland Community Plan.

2209-2249 East Broadway Vancouver

Artistic rendering of 2209-2249 East Broadway, Vancouver. (Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design)

2209-2249 East Broadway Vancouver

Artistic rendering of 2209-2249 East Broadway, Vancouver. (Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design)

2209-2249 East Broadway Vancouver

Artistic rendering of 2209-2249 East Broadway, Vancouver. (Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design)

2209-2249 East Broadway Vancouver

Artistic rendering of 2209-2249 East Broadway, Vancouver. (Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design)

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Kenneth Chan
National Features Editor at Daily Hive, the evolution of Vancity Buzz. He covers local architecture, urban issues, politics, business, retail, economic development, transportation and infrastructure, and the travel industry. Kenneth is also a Co-Founder of New Year's Eve Vancouver. Connect with him at kenneth[at]dailyhive.com
 
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