A rezoning application has been submitted to the city to redevelop a mid-block site near the north end of the Oak Street Bridge in South Vancouver.
According to the proposal by W.T. Leung Architects, two existing buildings reaching two and three storeys with 43 apartment units at 8636-8656 Oak Street could be redeveloped into two six-storey, 60-ft-tall buildings with 91 secured market rental units.
The unit mix is 29 studio units, 29 one-bedroom units, 27 two-bedroom units, and six three-bedroom units.
There will be a total floor area of 58,690 sq. ft. on the 23,500 sq. ft. lot, giving the redevelopment a floor space ratio (FSR) density of 2.5 times the size of the property.
A total of 76 vehicle parking stalls and 115 bicycle parking spaces will be located within two levels of underground parking.
This project is being considered under the Marpole Community Plan.
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