650 W 41st Ave (DP-2020-00759) development application

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The Development Permit Board approved the application on February 22, 2021, subject to conditions.  A Development Permit will be issued once all conditions have been satisfied. For more information please contact the Project Facilitator directly at tim.potter@vancouver.ca

 

Henriquez Partners Architects has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop the following on this site:

  • A new four-storey, Retail portion of the future Mall, including the Food Hall, a Restaurant, the “Living Room”, and associated ancillary spaces; all over three levels of underground parking
  • A portion of the future nine-acre Park
  • A total Floor Space Ratio of 0.18 (approximately 20,677 m²)
  • A maximum geodetic building height of 112.24 m

Under the site’s existing CD-1 zoning, the application is conditional so it may be permitted. However, it requires the decision of the Development Permit Board.

In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), an extended online question and answer (Q&A) period was held in place of an in-person open house for this project.



Henriquez Partners Architects has applied to the City of Vancouver for permission to develop the following on this site:

  • A new four-storey, Retail portion of the future Mall, including the Food Hall, a Restaurant, the “Living Room”, and associated ancillary spaces; all over three levels of underground parking
  • A portion of the future nine-acre Park
  • A total Floor Space Ratio of 0.18 (approximately 20,677 m²)
  • A maximum geodetic building height of 112.24 m

Under the site’s existing CD-1 zoning, the application is conditional so it may be permitted. However, it requires the decision of the Development Permit Board.

In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), an extended online question and answer (Q&A) period was held in place of an in-person open house for this project.



CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Q&A is available from December 7 to 13, 2020.

Q & A replaces in-person open houses, which are on hold due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). 

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    Do you have a breakdown of all proposed market, rental and social housing, retail, office, institutional parking and amenity spaces on this site?

    Skwimer asked 11 months ago

    Thanks for your comments and questions Skwimer. I've now uploaded an additional page of Project Statistics under the Application Documents section of this page. On page 2 of the "Project Stats.pdf", you'll note the breakdown which I believe you're looking for. Let me know if you have any troubles locating/accessing this.

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    1. What is the existing number of parking spaces at Oakridge? What is the total number of parking spaces proposed in the total development? 2. Is there any landscaping that is not over some kind of occupied space i.e. solid ground, and if there is where and how much area is dedicated to that? 3. What is to be the ownership of outdoor common spaces, the City or Oakridge? Who will be responsible for the maintenance of these spaces?

    Skwimer asked 11 months ago

    Thanks for your comments and questions Skwimer. 

    There were a total of approximately 3,200 existing parking spaces at Oakridge and a post-redevelopment total of approximately 4,000 standard (5,1000 tandem) parking spaces. 

    The new Park at Oakridge will be 9 acres with the majority located above street-level. The Pocket Park located on West 45th Avenue/Choy Yuen Crescent is at-grade, as is the Civic Centre Park along West 41st Avenue. The Civic Centre Park however is largely located over the underground parking structure which stretches across much of the site.

    As for ownership, the 9 acre Park will be owned by the City (under Park Board jurisdiction) and maintained by the Developer.