While much of the downtown Vancouver’s West End new residential construction is proposed for its periphery, along major arterial routes, some redevelopment is also happening within the core of the neighbourhood.
An application has been submitted by PC Urban Properties Corp. to redevelop an existing four-storey, 1948-built co-op housing built at 1150 Barclay Street.
Designed by local architectural firm Dialog, the new 11-storey building will have a height of 114 ft and contain 21 market strata residential units. All units have two or more bedrooms, making the homes ideal for families with children.
It is a relatively modest project, with a total floor space of just 38,000 sq. ft. There will be two levels of underground parking accessed from the laneway with 42 parking spaces.
The project aligns with the City’s West End Community Plan.