Small, boutique building proposed for 1021 Burnaby Street

1021 Burnaby rendering contextRendering of entrance of development at 1021 Burnaby Street. Credit: City of Vancouver/Francl Architecture

 

There’s been a flurry of new tower proposals across the West End, several of which are detailed in this recent article, so it’s refreshing to see a new, smaller-scale building proposed for the neighbourhood.

A five-storey residential building is proposed for 1021 Burnaby Street, just west of Burrard Street and next to the Milano condo tower. The site is currently a surface parking lot.

1021 Burnaby rendering contextContext of building on Burnaby Street. Out of frame and to the right is the Milano condo tower. Credit: City of Vancouver/Francl Architecture1021 Burnaby rendering lanewayBirds eye view of the proposed building at 1021 Burnaby Street. Credit: City of Vancouver/Francl Architecture1021 Burnaby rendering contextContext of building on Burnaby Street. Credit: City of Vancouver/Francl Architecture

The new building will contain 21 market residential units, as well as one level of underground parking. There will be five two-bedroom “family-sized units”, as well as four one-bedroom units, and 12 junior one-bedroom units.

A children’s play area and outdoor amenity patio is planned for the front of the building. The architect is Francl Architecture.

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