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1012-1060 Deep Cove Road

Darwin Properties has applied to redevelop this property. The application as submitted proposes a two-storey mixed used building with 387 sq m (4,161 sq ft) of commercial space, 18 townhomes, and 69 parking spaces (36 residential, 33 commercial).

1031-1045 Ridgewood Drive

This application was defeated by Council on November 19, 2018. The application as submitted proposed 25 owned townhomes in five three-storey buildings framing a central courtyard with 52 parking spaces.

103-113 Charles Street

Vincent Donegan & Associates Ltd has applied to add a new warehouse to the two existing light industrial buildings on this site

1044 Edgewood Road (Handsworth Secondary School replacement)

KMBR Architects has applied on behalf of North Vancouver School District 44 to replace Handsworth Secondary School. The application as submitted proposes a 13,112 sq m, three-storey structure with 120 parking stalls and 98 bike stalls (84 non-secure and 14 secure). 

1080 Marine Drive

Rostich Hemphill Architects has applied to redevelop this property. The application as submitted proposes a four-storey mixed use building with commercial use on the first floor and 29 owned apartments on the second through fourth floors.

1149-1155 Lynn Valley Road

Allaire Headwater (Lynn Valley) Residences has applied to redevelop this property. ​The application as submitted proposes 36 owned apartments in a four-storey building, with 57 parking spaces in an underground parkade.

1199 Lynn Valley Road (Lynn Valley Centre mall)

Chris Dikeakos Architecture has applied for a development permit in order to renovate the Lynn Valley Centre mall's exterior to reflect the 'mountain village' feel identified in the Lynn Valley Town Centre Plan, and add new amenities, including a plaza with public art and performance space.

1200-1250 Emery Place (Emery Village)

Council voted to approve the development permit for phases 1 and 2 of this project on September 24, 2018. These phases include one six-storey building, two twelve-storey buildings, and one eight-storey building.

1209 McKeen Avenue - Fibreco

Council voted to approve this development permit for this project on February 19, 2018.​ The project includes replacing two large woodchip piles on the property with 56 silos, to be used to store and transport agriculture products, such as grain.

1210-1260 West 16th Street

Cornerstone Architecture has applied to redevelop this site. The application as submitted proposes 31 owned apartments in a four-storey building, 31 market rental apartments in a four-storey building, and 86 parking spaces in an underground parkade


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