Development Options

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Option One

In this proposed option, three buildings (T) at 16, 18 and 20 storeys are distributed across the site, with three mid-rise buildings (M), between 4 and 6 storeys, fronting the new park, Eastern Avenue , and along 22nd and 23rd Streets.

Project details common to both Options One & Two:

  • Development to fund the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre
  • Development density not to exceed current Official Community Plan designation
  • New expanded City park fronting Lonsdale Avenue, increasing total park area to approximately 3 Acres
  • Dedicated new affordable housing (rental and/or for purchase) which is priced below typical market rates. The affordable housing rates would be determined with the City of North Vancouver. For more information on CNV affordable housing policy see http://bit.ly/2iNZJ3g
  • Family-oriented housing
  • New childcare facilities
  • New Retail opportunities
  • Medical Office Space
  • Extension and integration of the City’s Green Necklace, including bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure
  • Official Community Plan Amendment required to increase size and boundaries of designated park, as well as height boundaries

Project details specific to Option One:

Does not require Official Community Plan Amendment for increasing maximum building heights

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Option Two

In this proposed option, two buildings (T) at 24 and 26 storeys are distributed across the site, with four mid-rise buildings (M), between 4 and 6 storeys, fronting the new park, Eastern Avenue , and along 22nd and 23rd Streets.

Project details common to both Options One & Two:

  • Development to fund the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre
  • Development density not to exceed current Official Community Plan designation
  • New expanded City park fronting Lonsdale Avenue, increasing total park area to approximately 3 Acres
  • Dedicated new affordable housing (rental and/or for purchase) which is priced below typical market rates. The affordable housing rates would be determined with the City of North Vancouver. For more information on CNV affordable housing policy see http://bit.ly/2iNZJ3g
  • Family-oriented housing
  • New childcare facilities
  • New Retail opportunities
  • Medical Office Space
  • Extension and integration of the City’s Green Necklace, including bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure
  • Official Community Plan Amendment required to increase size and boundaries of designated park, as well as height boundaries

Project details specific to Option Two:

Requires Official Community Plan Amendment to allow for building heights above 56 metres but below 74 metres

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3D View - Option One - Three Towers

Option One

In this proposed option, three buildings (T) at 16, 18 and 20 storeys are distributed across the site, with three mid-rise buildings (M), between 4 and 6 storeys, fronting the new park, Eastern Avenue , and along 22nd and 23rd Streets.

Project details common to both Options One & Two:

  • Development to fund the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre
  • Development density not to exceed current Official Community Plan designation
  • New expanded City park fronting Lonsdale Avenue, increasing total park area to approximately 3 Acres
  • Dedicated new affordable housing (rental and/or for purchase) which is priced below typical market rates. The affordable housing rates would be determined with the City of North Vancouver. For more information on CNV affordable housing policy see http://bit.ly/2iNZJ3g
  • Family-oriented housing
  • New childcare facilities
  • New Retail opportunities
  • Medical Office Space
  • Extension and integration of the City’s Green Necklace, including bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure
  • Official Community Plan Amendment required to increase size and boundaries of designated park, as well as height boundaries

Project details specific to Option One:

Does not require Official Community Plan Amendment for increasing maximum building heights

3D View - Option Two - Two Towers

Option Two

In this proposed option, two buildings (T) at 24 and 26 storeys are distributed across the site, with four mid-rise buildings (M), between 4 and 6 storeys, fronting the new park, Eastern Avenue , and along 22nd and 23rd Streets.

Project details common to both Options One & Two:

  • Development to fund the new Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre
  • Development density not to exceed current Official Community Plan designation
  • New expanded City park fronting Lonsdale Avenue, increasing total park area to approximately 3 Acres
  • Dedicated new affordable housing (rental and/or for purchase) which is priced below typical market rates. The affordable housing rates would be determined with the City of North Vancouver. For more information on CNV affordable housing policy see http://bit.ly/2iNZJ3g
  • Family-oriented housing
  • New childcare facilities
  • New Retail opportunities
  • Medical Office Space
  • Extension and integration of the City’s Green Necklace, including bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure
  • Official Community Plan Amendment required to increase size and boundaries of designated park, as well as height boundaries

Project details specific to Option Two:

Requires Official Community Plan Amendment to allow for building heights above 56 metres but below 74 metres