Intergulf plans two-tower project in District of North Vancouver

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1401 Hunter tower renderings
Rendering of overall development, showing two towers and townhouses. Credit: Intergulf Development Group/District of North Vancouver

A two-tower development is proposed for an area west of Mountain Highway in the District of North Vancouver, just one of several proposals for Lynn Creek Town Centre.

Intergulf Development Inc. plans to redevelop 1401-1479 Hunter Street, with two residential towers (27-storeys and 16-storeys), containing a total of 316 units.

The development will also include 12 two-storey townhomes, and a three-storey community recreation centre. The project will have 467 underground parking stalls over four levels.

In addition to the community centre, the development will also include a public plaza, and potentially a public art contribution from the developer.

The development site, on the south side of Hunter Street, is currently occupied by several light industrial buildings. Lynn Creek is located west of the site, Seylynn Park is across the street to the north, and Mountain Highway borders the property to the east.

Intergulf will also construct a paved multi-use path along Lynn Creek next to the development site.

Intergulf Lynn Creek Town Centre proposal

1401 Hunter renderings
Rendering of community centre and plaza. Credit: Intergulf Development Group/District of North Vancouver
1401 Hunter development rendering
Rendering showing community centre with residential tower in background. Credit: Intergulf Development Group/District of North Vancouver
1401 Hunter lobby entrance rendering
Lobby entrance of residential tower. Credit: Intergulf Development Group/District of North Vancouver
1401 Hunter development plan
Overall plan of development. Credit: Intergulf Development Group/District of North Vancouver