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Sightline Properties has filed an application to develop two rental housing towers on Vancouver's west side.

Two Rental Towers Proposed for Vancouver’s West Side

Sightline Properties has filed an application to develop two rental housing towers on Vancouver’s west side.

The proposal calls for a 20-storey tower and 19-storey mixed-use building to be built on the corner of West 11th Avenue and Pine Street. The site is a consolidation of five residential properties.

The two towers will sit atop a four-storey podium.

Pending approval and any design changes, the development will contain 283 secured rental units with 20% rented at below market rates. The development is slated to include commercial space on the ground floor.

Vancouver-based Sightline focuses on developing rental housing units and townhomes in the Metro Vancouver area. Ciccozzi Architecture, also based in Vancuver, is designing the project.

Image: Ciccozzi Architecture/Sightline Properties


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