Infill Housing Opportunities Reduce Urban Sprawl

Quality Condominium Living

Developed to the maximum extent on what was previously a single-family lot, this precedent-setting four-storey condominium project provides additional housing options in an established area.

Infill housing is a key tool to combat sprawl and low rental vacancy rates within the city. In keeping with that principle, this project provides seventeen much needed rental units within a landmark neighborhood.

The structure has been designed with significant contemporary influence and hosts sharp, clean lines. The use of earth tones and wood textures is intended make the building appear friendly and warm. Exterior materials consist of wood toned fiber cement siding, stucco, and concrete. These high quality materials will create a durable and low maintenance building. The building setback increases above 2 storeys which creates the opportunity for generously sized decks on this level. Additional amenity space is provided at-grade in a semi-private landscaped seating area adjacent to the building.

This property hosts many mature trees that have been preserved and integrated into the design. These trees enhance the street interface and create a feeling of the building being “tucked within” a small forest.

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