Proposed Kitsilano residential building includes London Drugs store

Project heads to UDP in April

A proposal to build a four-storey, mixed-use building on West Fourth Avenue in Kitsilano, which would feature a London Drugs store as tenant on the first storey, is expected to go before the Urban Design Panel next month.

MCMP Architects has filed a development permit application for the project that's envisioned for a site at 2803 to 2865 West 4th Ave. It’s currently scheduled to appear before the UDP on April 3.

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The application includes 67 residential units and 168 parking spaces. The London Drugs would be slightly smaller than a typical London Drugs. It would be similar in size to the one in Olympic Village and the new store that's under construction in Dunbar.

Under the site's C-2 zoning, the application for the Kistilano building is conditional, so it may be permitted, but requires a decision from the City of Vancouver's Director of Planning.

 

 

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