Six-storey condo proposed for site near Queen Elizabeth Park

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A six-storey, 22-unit condo building has been proposed for two single-family lots at 526 and 528 West 37th Ave. near Queen Elizabeth Park.

The rezoning application, submitted by GUD Group, calls for a floor space ratio (FSR) of 2.53.

It’s just the latest in a string of applications, which have been filed recently, that the City of Vancouver is considering under the Cambie Corridor Plan.

Others include:

  • 187 and 196 West 41st Ave. —  Read more about this application for a 23-unit, four-storey condo building HERE.
  • 4336 to 4362 Cambie St. — Read more about this proposal for a 68-unit, six-storey condo complex with six townhouses on the lane HERE.
  • 486 West 26th Ave. — Read more about this 29-unit, six-storey condominium proposed for a large single-family property HERE.
  • 3220 Cambie St. — Read more about this plan for a 47-unit, six-storey condo building on a former gas station site HERE.

GUD Group’s rezoning application for the West 37th Avenue project includes 24 underground parking spaces and 47 bicycle spots. An open house runs from 5 to 7 p.m. at Phoenix Gymnastics runs, Sept 17.

Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Rendering GUD Group
Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Rendering GUD Group
Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Rendering GUD Group
Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Rendering GUD Group
Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Rendering GUD Group
Queen Elizabeth Park
Photo: Rendering GUD Group
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