64 homes and retail proposed for corner of Nanaimo and Charles Street

Apr 26 2019, 8:17 pm

A modest redevelopment proposal in East Vancouver’s Grandview-Woodlands neighbourhood calls for the construction of a new 74-ft-tall, six-storey, mixed-use building with 64 homes.

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Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design’s rezoning application forĀ 2336-2366 Charles Street — the southwest corner of the intersection of Nanaimo Street and Charles Street — seeks to redevelop four single-family residential structures.

2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver

Site of 2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver. (Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design)

2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver

Site of 2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver. (Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design)

The unit mix of the new multi-family residential building is 31 one-bedroom units, 24 two-bedroom units, and nine three-bedroom units. Two dozen of the two- and three-bedroom units will be townhouses, including several units that face the laneway.

2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver

Artistic rendering of 2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver. (Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design)

Along the building’s ground-level frontage with Nanaimo Street, five retail and restaurant units will offer a combined total of 8,234 sq. ft. of commercial space, adding to the immediate area’s retail street frontage.

2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver

Site of 2336-2366 Charles Street, Vancouver. (Human Studio Architecture + Urban Design)

Two underground levels will be used for 64 vehicle parking stalls.

The proponent is seeking to build a total floor area of 54,562 sq. ft., providing the project with a floor space ratio density of 3.2 times the size of its lot.

The form of the redevelopment is permitted under the city’s Grandview-Woodland Community Plan.

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