619 W Hastings St (DP-2020-00763) and 675 W Hastings St (DP-2020-00811) development application

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The Director of Planning approved these applications on March 24, 2021, subject to conditions. Development Permits will be issued once all conditions have been satisfied. For more information please contact the Project Facilitator directly at jaimelynn.borsa@vancouver.ca


Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop the following:

Construct a new 28-storey office building at 619 W Hastings St, including:

  • Five levels of underground parking, with 49 parking stalls and 115 bicycle spaces
  • A building height 110.46 m (362.4 ft.)
  • A floor space ratio of 25.2
  • A floor area of 15,509 m² (157,219 sq.ft.)
  • The structure of the new tower will tie into the Royal Bank Tower providing a seismic upgrade

Seismic upgrade to the two-storey ‘1929’ royal bank Tower at 675 W Hastings St, including:

  • Heritage designation of the façade
  • Restoration of character defining elements on the exterior impacted by the seismic upgrade

Under the site’s proposed CD-1 zoning, the application is “conditional” so it may be permitted. However, it requires the decision of the Director of Planning.


Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop the following:

Construct a new 28-storey office building at 619 W Hastings St, including:

  • Five levels of underground parking, with 49 parking stalls and 115 bicycle spaces
  • A building height 110.46 m (362.4 ft.)
  • A floor space ratio of 25.2
  • A floor area of 15,509 m² (157,219 sq.ft.)
  • The structure of the new tower will tie into the Royal Bank Tower providing a seismic upgrade

Seismic upgrade to the two-storey ‘1929’ royal bank Tower at 675 W Hastings St, including:

  • Heritage designation of the façade
  • Restoration of character defining elements on the exterior impacted by the seismic upgrade

Under the site’s proposed CD-1 zoning, the application is “conditional” so it may be permitted. However, it requires the decision of the Director of Planning.