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Vancouver's city council has approved a large multi-family development project in the Joyce-Collingwood area.

Joyce-Collingwood MF Development Project Approved

Vancouver’s city council has approved an Intracorp two-tower rental housing development project in the Joyce-Collingwood area.

The East Van multi-family project is located at 3352-3386 Vanness Avenue and 3347 Clive Avenue, near the Joyce-Collingwood SkyTrain station along the Expo line. The two towers will stand 30 and 33 storeys high, heights which exceed the recommended 12-storey benchmark but do not affect view corridors.

The development will contain 679 secured purpose-built rental units with 10% of the floor area earmarked as below-market suites. The residential component will sit atop a six-storey podium that is to include street-level retail spaces and a childcare facility.

The site currently contains an early-1990s-era condo building and single-family homes. All are scheduled to be demolished.

Vancouver-based Boniface Oleksiuk Politano Architects is designing the project on behalf of Intracorp, which is headquartered in the city and also has offices in Seattle, Newport Beach, Calif., and Austin, Tex.


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