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REVISED Rezoning Application - 1412-1460 Howe Street, 1410 and 1429 Granville Street, and 710 Pacific Street

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The City has received a revised application to rezone the sites at 1412-1460 Howe Street, 1429 and 1410 Granville Street, and 710 Pacific Street from BCPED (B.C. Place/Expo) and FCCDD (False Creek Comprehensive Development) Districts to CD-1 (Comprehensive Development) District. The proposal is for a mixed-use development as follows:

    • Howe Street sites: a 52-storey (497 ft.) residential tower with 407 residential units and a 10-storey podium containing retail and 95 residential units (market rental). These sites were identified under the General Policy for Higher Buildings as a location for a higher building
    • Granville and Pacific Street sites: 6-storey buildings (up to 106 ft.) providing retail and office uses. The Under the Granville Bridge Neighbourhood Commercial Centre Policies and Guidelines anticipate a locally-serving commercial node in this location

Changes from the previous submission (dated September 14, 2012) include:

    • Refinements to the podium buildings and their massing
    • Programmatic modifications (i.e., changes to the location and size of various uses within the proposed development)
    • Modifications to the public realm
    • Increase in the number of storeys of the tower from 51 to 52
    • An increase in the floor space ratio from 5.01 to 5.08
    • Reduction in the number of parking spaces from 555 to 509
This application has been approved by Council at Public Hearing on October 24, 2013 and By-law No. 11009 was enacted at a Regular Council Meeting on July 22, 2014.


Revised Application (December 17, 2012)

Revised Application Information Sheet

Revised Application (September 14, 2012)

The City has received a revised application to rezone the sites at 1412-1460 Howe Street, 1429 and 1410 Granville Street, and 710 Pacific Street from BCPED (B.C. Place/Expo) and FCCDD (False Creek Comprehensive Development) Districts to CD-1 (Comprehensive Development) District. The proposal is for a mixed-use development.

Changes from the previous submission (dated January 31, 2012) include:

    • Howe Street sites: a 51-storey (497 ft.) residential tower with a 9-storey podium including 600 residential units (of which 180 are market rental), commercial uses.
    • Granville Street and Pacific Street sites: 6-storey buildings providing retail and office uses. The Under the Granville Bridge Neighbourhood Commercial Centre Policies and Guidelines anticipate a locally-serving commercial node in this location.
    • Proposed floor space ratio (FSR) of 5.1.

Application (January 31, 2012)

The City has received an application to rezone the sites at 1412-1460 Howe Street, 1429 and 1410 Granville Street, and 710 Pacific Street from BCPED (B.C. Place/Expo) and FCCDD (False Creek Comprehensive Development) Districts to CD-1 (Comprehensive Development) District. The proposal is for a mixed-use development as follows:

  • on the Howe Street sites, a 49-storey residential tower with a 9-storey podium including market rental housing, commercial uses, and a childcare facility
  • on the Granville Street and Pacific Street sites, 6-storey buildings providing retail (including a grocery store, drugstore and liquor store) and office uses
  • a proposed floor space ratio (FSR) of 4.8 (i.e. the total building floor area permitted would be equal to 4.8 times the site area)
  • a total floor area of 60 668 m² (653,046 sq. ft.)

    - 39 464 m²(424,800.9 sq. ft.) strata residential

    - 6 340 m² (68,245.4 sq. ft.) rental residential

    - 6 300 m² (67,814.9 sq. ft.) retail

    - 5 935 m² (63,885.9 sq. ft.) office space, and

    - 650 m² (6,996.8 sq. ft.) childcare

  • a maximum height of 150 m (the General Policy for Higher Buildings has identified this site as a location for a higher building);
  • a total of 600 residential units including 180 market rental units; and
  • 713 parking spaces, 8 loading bays, and 270 bike spaces.

 

 

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