We’ve now got more details on an initially mysterious new development application scheduled for an October Development Permit Board meeting. It’s for 94 residential units, in a 7-storey building, designed by MCM Architects.
It’s already been reviewed by the Urban Design Panel; here’s the model they saw when they approved the design. The address now references Davie Street, but 150′ of the building’s frontage is on Granville. We think the residential units are all rental, and there’s retail at grade and round the corner on Davie. It’s clad in white metal panels, with random coloured glass on the Juliet balconies and the retail frontages.
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