A relatively large redevelopment has been proposed for a city block-sized parcel on Fraser Street just north of King Edward Avenue in East Vancouver.
The municipal government has received a rezoning application for the land assembly sites that include 3811-3833 Fraser Street, 686 East 22nd Avenue, and 679 East 23rd Avenue. It replaces approximately a half dozen properties, including several single-family homes and one business.
The proposal by Strand Development and Integra Architecture calls for a six-storey, mixed-use building with 121 market rental homes, with the unit mix comprised of 10 studio units, 60 one-bedroom units (including two townhouse units), 35 two-bedroom units, and 16 three/four-bedroom units.
There will also be 10,800-sq-ft of retail space on the ground level and two levels of underground parking with 108 vehicle parking stalls and 159 bike parking spaces.
Overall, the redevelopment will create 105,600-sq-ft of floor area on the 32,200-sq-ft site, giving it a floor space ratio density of 3.28 times the size of the lot.
The proposal is being considered under the Affordable Housing Choices Interim Rezoning Policy.
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