Market rental building proposed for Hastings-Sunrise site

Project, envisioned for corner of East Hastings and Slocan, includes 63 apartments

Chard Development is proposing to construct a six-storey mixed-use rental building on East Hastings at Slocan Street.

The project, envisioned for 2735 East Hastings, features 63 market residential rental units — 38 one-bedrooms, 20 two-bedrooms and five three-bedrooms — commercial space at grade level and a floor space ratio (FSR) of 3.68. Also proposed are 61 underground parking stalls and 126 bike spaces.

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BHA Architecture Inc. is involved in the proposal.

The rezoning application is being considered under the city’s Rental 100 policy.

A two-storey commercial building featuring restaurant, retail and office space currently exists on the site.

An open house runs from 5 to 8 p.m. at Hastings Community Centre Oct. 7.

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Northwest corner view. Rendering BHA Architecture Inc.

 

Slocan Street elevation. Rendering BHA Architecture Inc.
Slocan Street elevation. Rendering BHA Architecture Inc.

 

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East Hastings street elevation. Rendering BHA Architecture Inc.

 

East Hastings and Slocan, looking east. Rendering BHA Architecture Inc.
East Hastings and Slocan, looking east. Rendering BHA Architecture Inc.

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