A Davie Street resident is worried about sleepless nights after a light display was switched on at a new development across the street.
New rental apartments in Vancouver
Projects including new rental apartments across the Lower Mainland.
With Vancouver's low vacancy rate and thousands of new residents moving to the city every year, developers are returning to the rental apartment market as rents have risen to levels that make new construction economically feasible.
City of Vancouver policies to encourage the construction of new apartments has resulted in addition of thousands of new rental units.
A rezoning near Broadway and Commercial for a rental/strata building has been revised to be 100 per cent rental.
A 15-storey rental tower is proposed at West 41st and Columbia, near Oakridge, designed by GBL Architects for Bogner Development Group.
The 7/11 at Drake and Granville will soon make way for a six-storey rental development designed by GBL Architects.
Redevelopment plans for the Oakridge Transit Centre have been revised, with additional height and density, and more commercial space.
Cascadia Green Development has applied to the City of North Vancouver to construct a five-storey market rental building on Lonsdale Avenue, just north of Highway 1.
Port Moody is considering a development application for a new building with 66 micro suites, measuring between 300-400 square feet.
The development, by PCI Group, will include 116 rental units, including studios, one-bedroom units and two-bedroom units.
Where a Safeway store once stood is now the location of three new rental apartment towers, one by Reliance Properties and two by Westbank.
The City of Vancouver is moving forward with plans to develop a site it owns on the former CP lands, now part of the Arbutus Greenway.
A six-storey rental building is proposed for the corner of Kingsway and Prince Albert Street, near the hip Fraser and Kingsway “triangle.”
The “Maximum Cardio Core Studio” will make way for a six-storey, secured market rental designed by Cornerstone Architecture, with 48 units.
A fire-damaged building on East Broadway near Fraser is about to get a new lease on life. Stuart Howard Architects has applied on behalf of a numbered company to redevelop the site, preserving the façade and adding new rental units.
The unique four-storey building will consist of 13 one-bedroom and 37 two and three-bedroom homes, and creative/production space.
Renfrew Residences is an upcoming rental apartment project on Renfrew Street, with 185 units in two buildings designed by WA Architects.