A trio of six-storey mixed-use buildings are proposed for a vacant industrial site at 3015-3093 Murray Street, located next to Moody Centre Station for SkyTrain and West Coast Express, and near Rocky Point Park.
Mosaic Avenue Developments has submitted a rezoning application, designed by Michael Green Architecture, to the City of Port Moody to build a combined total of 204 homes at the site, with a unit mix of 102 one-bedroom units and 102 two-bedroom units.
Residents will have access to 3,200 sq ft of indoor amenity space, and 43,000 sq ft of outdoor amenity space, which takes advantage of the podium rooftop.
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There will also be 18,000 sq ft of ground-level commercial space, which conceals 301 vehicle parking stalls and 324 bike parking spaces within a two-storey parkade podium abutting the CP railway to the south.
While the site is immediately east of the transit hub, it is currently a 15-minute walk to the station due to the railway acting as a barrier, with the Moody Street overpass being the quickest route — a 1.2-km-long walk.
The city staff report indicates a pedestrian overpass over the railway from the station could be constructed in the future, reducing the walking distance to about 200 to 300 metres.