A half city block-sized parcel on the westernmost end of the Kerrisdale retail village in Vancouver could undergo a relatively significant development for the area.
Wensley Architecture has submitted a development application to turn the site at 2465 West 41st Avenue – the northeast corner of West 41st Avenue and Larch Street – into a four-storey mixed-use building. The 15,300 sq. ft. site currently sits vacant and is comprised of four amalgamated small lots.
The proposal calls for 36,500 sq. ft. of floor area, with 8,448 sq. ft. of retail and restaurant space – split into three units – on the ground floor and 24 market homes within the upper three floors.
Two underground levels will contain 78 parking stalls.
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