728 W 41st Ave (DP-2019-00534) development application

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The Development Permit Board approved the application on November 25, 2019, 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 darren.lee@vancouver.ca

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

  • A new 5-storey Civic Centre (Building 1) comprising a Fitness Centre, Library, Child Daycare Facility, 55+ Senior's Centre, Youth Services Hub, Performance Space, Artist-in-Residence Studios, and associated ancillary Cultural/Recreational spaces, along with a new 22-storey tower (Building 2) containing a total of 187 Non-Market Social Housing Units; all over three levels of underground parking
  • A portion of the future 9-acre Park
  • A total Floor Space Ratio of 0.11 (approximately 11,134 m²)
  • A maximum geodetic building height of 116.0 m for Building 1 and 149.0 m for Building 2

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.

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

  • A new 5-storey Civic Centre (Building 1) comprising a Fitness Centre, Library, Child Daycare Facility, 55+ Senior's Centre, Youth Services Hub, Performance Space, Artist-in-Residence Studios, and associated ancillary Cultural/Recreational spaces, along with a new 22-storey tower (Building 2) containing a total of 187 Non-Market Social Housing Units; all over three levels of underground parking
  • A portion of the future 9-acre Park
  • A total Floor Space Ratio of 0.11 (approximately 11,134 m²)
  • A maximum geodetic building height of 116.0 m for Building 1 and 149.0 m for Building 2

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.