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A Re/Max office in Vancouver is slated to become a rental-apartment building.

Re/Max Office to Become Apartment Building

If all goes according to plan, a Re/Max office on Vancouver’s west side will be redeveloped as a rental-apartment building.

The property is located on the southwest corner of West 16th Avenue and Macdonald Street in the Arbutus area. Local firms Proscenium Architecture & Interiors and Durante Kreuk, which specializes in landscape design, have submitted a development application to the city.

Plans call for a 22-unit low-rise structure with a ground-floor retail area underpinning four levels of apartments. The top floor would include shared residential amenity space and an outdoor deck open to all tenants.

The Re/Max redevelopment would offer multiple bedroom options. Apartments would be rented at market rates.

Public consultation will occur from March 6 to 19.

Image: City of Vancouver/Proscenium Architecture & Interiors


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