A mixed-use development proposed for the corner of No. 3 Road and Cook Road, designed by GBL Architects, has passed the City of Richmond’s design panel and will head to the development permit board this fall.
The striking four-tower complex will include residential, office and commercial uses. Three of the towers will be residential, and contain a total of 546 residential units — 27 of which will be deemed “affordable.”
There will be 103,560 sq ft. of office space and 29,967 sq ft. of commercial space. An “early childhood development hub” will also be part of the project, with space for up to four childcare programs, as well as multipurpose spaces.
The site is adjacent to the terminus of the Canada Line at Brighouse Station.