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1235 Marine Drive

Proscenium Architecture and Interiors Inc has applied to redevelop this site. The application as submitted proposes 39 owned apartments and 630 sq m (6,772 sq ft) of commercial space in a four-storey building with 62 parking spaces.

1371 McKeen Avenue - The Waterfront: Phase One A

DIALOG has applied to redevelop this property. The application as submitted proposes a six-storey building over one level of parking. The proposed building has 17,567 sq m (189,060 sq ft) of industrial floor area and 206 parking spaces.

1371 McKeen Avenue subdivision

InterCAD Services Ltd has applied to subdivide this property. The application as submitted proposes creating seven parcels, ranging in size from .6 acres to 10.8 acres.

1384 Deep Cove Road (The Bridge Church)

Council voted to approve the development permit for this application in March, 2018. The project includes a 1,321 sq m (14,223 sq ft) two-storey church, and a surface parking lot with 53 spaces.

1505-1571 Fern Street, 520-540 Mountain Highway, 1514-1568 Hunter Street (Seylynn Gardens)

Seylynn North Shore Development has applied to redevelop this property. The application as submitted proposes a mixed-used development with 56 market rental apartments, 330 owned apartments, and approximately 933 sq m (10,043 sq ft) of commercial space fronting Mountain Highway, in four buildings.

1510-1530 Crown Street and 420, 440 & 460 Mountain Highway

IBI Group Architects has applied to develop this site. The application as submitted proposes a total of 349 homes: 309 owned and 40 non-market rental, plus approximately 3,069 m2 (33,034 sq. ft.) of commercial space fronting Mountain Hwy,

1541-1557 Bond Street

Pure Living Bond Street has applied to redevelop this site. The application as submitted proposes 40 owned market-rate apartments and 17 owned below-market rate apartments in a six-storey building with 70 parking spaces in an underground parkade.

1565-1589 Rupert Street

Baron Projects has applied to redevelop this property. The application as submitted proposes 95 market rental apartments in a six-storey building with 82 parking spaces (72 for residents, 10 for visitors).

1574-1590 Hunter Street

GBL Architects has applied to redevelop this property. The application as submitted proposes 64 market rental apartments in a six-storey building, with 68 parking spaces in an underground parkade

1616 Lloyd Avenue / 1040 Churchill Crescent

Council approved the development permit for this application on July 27, 2016. The project includes 75 owned apartments (20 one-bedroom, 51 two-bedroom, four three-bedroom) in a four-storey building with 141 parking spaces.

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