Vancouver considering rezoning application to develop 21-acre site


CaDCR staff writer

The City of Vancouver has received an application to rezone the existing CD-1 (47) – 7051 Ash Crescent (Langara Gardens) – to allow for the phased master-plan of 7051 Ash Crescent (Langara Gardens).

The proposal is for the redevelopment of the 20.8 acre site with buildings between three and 36 storeys. The existing four 18-storey towers would be retained. The proposal includes:

  • 430 social housing units
  • 760 rental units (including 85 below-market units)
  • 1,430 strata units;
  • A 69-space childcare facility;
  • Public open spaces, Cambie Park upgrades, new one-acre park
  • A gross floor area of 2.8 million sq. ft.

The application is being considered under the Langara Gardens Policy Statement(External link) and the Issues Report: Direction for Intensification of Large Sites to include Moderate Income Rental Housing.

City staff and the applicant team held a public information session in October and the city’s question period for the application ends Oct. 29.


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