A modest housing redevelopment has been proposed for a 21,000-sq-ft site on the southeast corner of Quebec Street and 33rd Avenue — just west of Main Street.
Aoyuan Canada has submitted a rezoning application to the City of Vancouver to turn a land assembly site comprised of five single-family structures into a 65-ft-tall, six-storey strata residential building with 55 homes. The property’s address is 4906-4970 Quebec Street.
The unit mix is 30 one-bedroom units, 16 two-bedroom units, nine three-bedroom units.
Two levels of underground parking will contain 64 vehicle parking stalls and 69 bike parking spaces.
Designed by Ciccozzi Architecture, the building’s total floor area spans about 48,000 sq. ft., providing the project with a floor space ratio density of 2.3 times the size of its lot.
The form and size of the project aligns with the types of redevelopment occurring on the Main Street arterial corridor and the nearby Little Mountain project by Holborn Group.
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