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  • Open House June 2013: MARPOLE COMMUNITY PLAN

    BUILDING TYPES

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    W 66TH AVE

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    W 62ND AVE

    W 63RD AVE

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    W 70TH AVE

    W 71ST AVE

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    Marpole Park

    William Mackie Park

    Shannon Park

    david lloyd georgeelementary school

    Allow tradi onal or courtyard rowhouses on Granville St

    Allow apartment buildings up to 6 storeys

    Retain and enhance commercial uses on Granville St and encourage office uses on second floor level

    Allow mixed use buildings up to 8 storeys high

    Create mid-block pedestrianconnec ons through longer blocks

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    Improve pedestrian connec onsto the Fraser River

    Explore Street-to-Parkopportunites at Marpole Park

    Safeway Site Under construc on

    Improve pedestrian crossing at West 71st Avenue

    TO RIVERVIEW PARK

    Allow apartments to six storeys if 100% rental and support choice of use at grade

    Mini Park at West 72nd Ave to connect to Marpole Park

    Allow mixed-use buildings up to 12 storeys with a 2-3 storey commercial streetwall.

    Provide a consistent streetwall and eliminate vehicle crossings

    Support choice of use incharacter buildings, e.g. neighbourhood grocery

    Allow tradi onal or courtyard rowhouses

    Create a notable entry to Granville Shopping Area at West 64th Ave

    Allow stacked townhouse residences across the lane from mixed-use buildings

    Create an urban plaza at West 67th Ave

    AA A

    Improve pedestrian crossings

    Mini park at West 59th Ave at bikeway

    9GRANVILLE HIGH STREET

    Green Urban Pattern

    GRANVILLE STREET

    Mixed-Use

    Rate of Change Area

    Stacked Townhouse

    Height: 4 storeys

    Estimated FSR : 1.2 - 1.5 *

    Apartments

    Height: 6 storeys 100% rental required in rate of change areas Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Height: up to 12 Storeys with a 2-3 storey podiumRequire a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floorEncourage office use above the first floor level

    Estimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    Mixed-Use

    Height: up to 6 Storeys Require a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floorEncourage office use above the first floor levelEstimated FSR : Up to

    3.0 *

    Traditional or Courtyard Rowhouse

    Height: 3 storeys Estimated FSR: 0.9 - 1.2 * Smaller sites may have

    triplex

    CHARACTER & IDENTITY

    URBAN DESIGN PRINCIPLES

    The Granville high street will be strengthened and enhanced as a walkable, mixed-use neighbourhood centre with a variety of shops, services, restaurants, and a mix of housing. It is the social heart of Marpole and a welcoming place into Vancouver, distinguished by active street life, public plazas, feature lighting, and infused with references to its Musqueam heritage within the public realm. It will have strong walking and cycling connections to transit and other key destinations such as schools, parks, and the Fraser River.

    Granville St Lane Stacked Townhouse

    92 9999 20 110

    Lane

    20

    8 Storey Mixed Use with transition scale to lane

    8 Storey Mixed Use with transition scale to lane

    Traditional rowhouse / Townhouse

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    RETAIL

    OFFICE

    RETAIL

    OFFICE

    Section A-A

    A Vibrant High StreetEnhance the high street by encouraging a mix of uses Support the shops and services with a mix of housing types in the surrounding neighbourhood

    Hierarchy of Building FormsSupport additional height at the heart of the high street with the highest buildings at W 70th AveCreate a saw tooth pattern of higher buildings over a lower street wall of 2-3 storeysTransition heights down from Granville St into the lower scale residential areas

    The illustration shows what the plan might look like if completely built out. However, development will happen incrementally over decades and will be subject to many variables.

    Mixed-Use

    Height: Up to 8 storeys Require a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floorEncourage office use above the first floor levelEstimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    Choice of Use

    * The suggested FSR (floor space ratio) range is an estimate only.

    The development potential for each site may fall above or below

    the FSR range given and will be determined by careful analysis of

    individual proposals.

    Retain Existing Land Use

    Height: Up to 6 storeys Choice of Use at Grade - may include commercial, light industrial, cultural, artist studios or residential Residential above ground floor100% rental required in rate of change areasEstimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Granville St and W 67th Ave, looking southwest

    Duplex, Infill & Small Houses

    Duplex & Infill: Small Houses:

    Height: Up to 2 1/2 storeys Allow secondary suites Encourage higher main floor for livable basement suitesAllow 1 1/2 storey infill one- family houses at the lane on corner sites.FSR: Up to 0.85 *

    Allow multiple small houses on two (or more) consolidated sites, in duplex area. FSR: Up to 0.85 *

    NEW!

    NEW!

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    BUILDING TYPES

    10OAK STREET AND WEST 67TH AVENUE

    Green Urban Pattern

    OAK ST

    Apartments

    Height: Up to 6 storeys100% rental required in rate of change areas Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Mixed-Use

    Height: Up to 8 storeysRequire a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floorEncourage office use above the first floor levelEstimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    Mixed-Use

    Choice of Use Mixed-Use

    Height: up to 6 Storeys Require a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floorEncourage office use above the first floor levelEstimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    Height: Up to 6 storeys Choice of Use at Grade - may include commercial, light industrial, cultural, artist studios or residentialResidential above ground floorConsider creative opportunities to retain character and cultural buildings.Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Height: up to 12 storeysRequire commercial and service uses at gradeEncourage office use above the first floor levelConsider creative opportunities to retain character and cultural buildings.FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    Traditional or Courtyard Rowhouse

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    W 77TH AVE

    Ebisu ParkEbisu Park

    Eburne Park

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    W 64th AVE

    W 70th AVE

    W 67th AVE

    OAK

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    OakPark

    Transi on between lower and higher housing forms with townhouses

    Work with external agencies to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety on the loop ramp

    Permit 100% rental apartment buildings up to 6 storeys on arterials

    Enhance walking and cycling experience along West 67th Ave as a neighbourhood connector

    TO CANADA LINETO GRANVILLE ST

    Urban plaza opportunity at West 67th Ave

    Maintain commercial use at grade at West 67th Ave and allow buildings up to 8 storeys

    Allow apartment buildings up to 6 storeys Improve pedestrian

    experience with wider sidewalks and street trees

    Improve pedestrian crossings along Oak St

    BB B

    Oak Street will transition to have a more urban residential character with new housing types and an improved overall look and feel. The commercial node at West 67th Avenue will be strengthened and enhanced through more prominent mid-rise mixed-use buildings, expanded retail space at street level, and a new urban plaza. Wider sidewalks, street trees and planted boulevards will create a comfortable, safe and attractive walking experience.

    URBAN DESIGN PRINCIPLES

    CHARACTER & IDENTITY

    Oak St Lane

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    Lane

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    8 Storey Mixed Use with transition scale to lane

    8 Storey Mixed Use with transition scale to lane

    Traditional Rowhouse / Townhouse Traditional Rowhouse / Townhouse

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    RETAIL

    OFFICE

    RETAIL

    OFFICE

    Section B-B

    A Walkable Neighbourhood ConnectionOvercome arterial traffic to create a high-quality, safe and engaging pedestrian experience that reflects the commercial or residential environment Retain and enhance the mix of businesses that serve the community at the corner of W 67th Ave

    Hierarchy of Building FormsTransition heights down from Oak St and W 67th Ave to the lower scale residential areas

    The illustration shows what the plan might look like if completely built out. However, development will happen incrementally over decades and will be subject to many variables.

    Height: 3 storeys Estimated FSR: 0.9 - 1.2 * Smaller sites may have triplex

    * The suggested FSR (floor space ratio) range is an estimate only.

    The development potential for each site may fall above or below

    the FSR range given and will be determined by careful analysis of

    individual proposals.

    Retain Existing Land Use

    Oak St. and W 67th Ave, looking northeast

    Rate of Change Area

    NEW!

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    BUILDING TYPES

    LOWER HUDSON

    11LOWER HUDSON

    Green Urban Pattern

    Apartments

    Height: Up to 6 storeys 100% rental required in rate of change areas Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Mixed-Use

    Height: up to 12 storeys Require commercial and service uses at gradeEncourage office use above the first floor levelConsider creative opportunities to retain character and cultural buildings.FSR : Up to 3.0*

    Mixed-Use

    Height: Up to 6 storeys Require a mix of commercial and service uses at grade

    Estimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    CART

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    FREN

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    SELK

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    SHAU

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    W 70TH AVE

    W 77TH AVE

    W 71ST AVE

    Ebisu ParkEbisu ParkMarpole Park

    Eburne Park

    david lloyd georgeelementary school

    Permit 100% rental apartment buildingsup to 6 storeys within the context of the Rate of Change Policy on arterial streets only

    W 70th AVE

    W 72nd Ave

    W 71st AVE

    Recognize benefit of character buildings and support choice of use in them, e.g. neighbourhoodgrocery

    Improve pedestrian safety andcomfort at Oak St crossing

    Improve pedestrian crossings at Hudson St

    Improve pedestrian crossings at West 73rd Ave

    Work with TransLink to improve pedestrian comfort and safety at bus loop

    Develop park below bridge at Hudson St end

    Provide invi ng access to Fraser River, including landscape at corner of Hudson St and Southwest Marine Dr

    Consider mixed-use buildings up to 8 and 12 storeys at Hudson St and Southwest Marine Dr

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    C

    Urban plaza and public art opportunity at Marpole Place

    W 73RD AVE

    Urban plaza opportunity at West 73rd Ave

    URBAN DESIGN PRINCIPLES

    CHARACTER & IDENTITY

    W 70th Ave Lane Duplex Duplex

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    6 Storey Residential with transition scale to laneExisting Neighbourhood

    6 Storey Residential with transition scale to lane

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    Section C-C

    A Diverse Area with a History on the RiverSupport the retention of the light industrial and cultural character in the existing mixed-use areaFacilitate attractive, safe and well-defined connections to the Fraser River

    Retain Neighbourhood Character Maintain the character of the residential apartment area while supporting an increase in height on the arterials

    * * The suggested FSR (floor space ratio) range is an estimate only.

    The development potential for each site may fall above or below

    the FSR range given and will be determined by careful analysis of

    individual proposals.

    Choice of Use

    Height: Up to 6 storeys Choice of Use at Grade - may include commercial, light industrial, cultural, artist studios or residential 100% rental residential above ground floor.Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Mixed-Use

    Height: Up to 8 storeysRequire a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floorEncourage office use above the first floor levelEstimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    Retain Existing Land Use

    Duplex, Infill & Small Houses

    Height: Up to 2 1/2 storeys Allow secondary suites Encourage higher main floor for livable basement suitesAllow 1 1/2 storey infill one-family houses at the lane on corner sites.Estimated FSR: Up to 0.85 *

    Traditional or Courtyard Rowhouse

    Height: 3 storeys Estimated FSR: 0.9 - 1.2 * Smaller sites may have

    triplex

    Allow multiple small houses on two (or more) consolidated sites, in duplex area. FSR: Up to 0.85 *

    Duplex & Infill: Small Houses:

    Rate of Change Area

    Lower Hudson will be strengthened and enhanced as a walkable residential area with a focus on protecting the existing stock of affordable rental housing. The working village feel will be supported by retaining a mix of uses and celebrating the Musqueam heritage and cultural amenities in the area. New walking and cycling routes will improve mobility and access to key destinations in the community, with a focus on parks, community facilities and the Fraser River.

    The illustration shows what the plan might look like if completely built out. However, development will happen incrementally over decades and will be subject to many variables.

    Hudson St and W 73rd Ave, looking south

    NEW!

    NEW!

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    BUILDING TYPES

    12CAMBIE PHASE 3 - WEST

    Green Urban Pattern

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    laurier annex

    laurierelementary school

    Allow tradi onal or courtyard rowhouses on Heather St

    Improve pedestrian experience along Southwest Marine Dr - con nue the landscape setback on the south side.

    Allow buildings up to 10 storeys with choice ofuse at grade

    Allow stacked townhouse residences

    Allow mixed-use buildings with higher density - HEIGHTS REVISED

    Permit mixed-use buildings up to 6 storeys with `choice of use at grade including light industrial and cultural.

    Improve pedestrian crossings along Southwest Marine Dr

    Create a notable node with urban plaza and improved pedestrian crossing at West 70th Ave

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    Enhance walking and cycling experience along West 67th Ave as a neighbourhood connector

    Permit Mixed-Employment buildings on the south side of Southwest Marine Drive

    Enhance bicycle and pedestrian crossing at Heather Street with mini-park or urban plaza

    W 60th AVE

    W 61st AVE

    W 63rd AVE

    HEAT

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    `Permit 100% rental apartment buildings up to 6 storeys within the context of the Rate of Change Policy on arterial streets only

    WEST OF CAMBIE

    Duplex, Infill & Small Houses

    Duplex & Infill: Small Houses:

    Height: Up to 2 1/2 storeys Allow secondary suites Encourage higher main floor for livable basement suitesAllow 1 1/2 storey infill one-family houses at the lane on corner sites.FSR: Up to 0.85 *

    Allow multiple small houses on two (or more) consolidated sites, in duplex area. FSR: Up to 0.85 *

    Traditional or Courtyard Rowhouse

    Height: Up to 3 storeys Estimated FSR: 0.9 - 1.2 * Smaller sites may have triplex

    Stacked Townhouse

    Height: Up to 4 storeys

    Estimated FSR: 1.2 - 1.5 *

    Choice of Use

    Apartments

    Height: Up to 6 storeys Choice of Use at Grade - may include commercial, light industrial, cultural, artist studios or residentialResidential above ground floor Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Height: Up to 8 storeys Renew and increase social housingEstimated FSR : Up to 3.0 *

    URBAN DESIGN PRINCIPLES

    CHARACTER & IDENTITY

    Variety of Building FormsTransition from the higher buildings near the Canada Line station to the lower buildings further from the station with a variety of residential building types that support the transit hub

    A Walkable and Bikeable Neighbourhood HubSupport building types that improve and enhance walking and cycling routesCreate a high-quality, safe and engaging pedestrian environment that recognizes the diversity in the residential, commercial, and the industrial areas

    The illustration shows what the plan might look like if completely built out. However, development will happen incrementally over decades and will be subject to many variables.

    Apartments

    Height: Up to 6 storeys 100% rental required in rate of change areas Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Allow tower form buildings at key locations very close to the Marine Drive Canada Line Station.Refer to Cambie Corridor Plan for details on Cambie Corridor Phase 2 sitesEncourage a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floor.Encourage office use above the first floor level

    Hatch represents mixed-use

    Height: Up to 12 storeys Renew and increase social housing 100% rental required for

    existing rental buildings

    Apartments

    Height: up to 12 storeys 4-6 storeys at base Pedestrian links and plaza on site Allow choice of use at grade - may include commercial, service cultural or residential.Encourage office use above the first floor level

    Choice of Use

    See Board 12 for Cambie Phase 3 - East

    * The suggested FSR (floor space ratio) range is an estimate only. The development

    potential for each site may fall above or below the FSR range given and will be

    determined by careful analysis of individual proposals.

    Retain Existing Land Use

    Rate of Change Area

    This area within a 10-minute walk to the Canada Line will evolve into a highly walkable, vibrant urban area that recognizes its relationship to nearby residential and industrial areas and the Fraser River. The mixed-use hub at Southwest Marine Drive and Cambie Street will offer new job space, child care, shopping and entertainment uses, housing and introduce an enhanced sense of vibrancy. A diversity of housing types, including additional social housing, will provide a sensitive transition between higher buildings and single-family homes.

    SW Marine Dr and Ash St, looking southeast

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    # Tower Form# = Storeys

  • Open House June 2013: MARPOLE COMMUNITY PLAN

    Height: Up to 12 storeys Renew and increase social housing 100% rental required for existing rental

    buildings

    EAST OF CAMBIE

    13CAMBIE PHASE 3 - EAST

    Green Urban Pattern

    BUILDING TYPES

    Apartments

    Allow tower form buildings at key locations very close to the Marine Drive Canada Line Station.Refer to Cambie Corridor Plan for details on Cambie Corridor Phase 2 sitesEncourage a mix of commercial and service uses at the ground floor.Encourage office use above the first floor level

    Hatch represents mixed-use

    Mixed-Employment

    Sexsmith Elementary SchoolHeritage Redevelopment Site

    Allow buildings up to 100ft in height with large floor plates to hold a variety of employment usesRefer to Cambie Corridor Plan for more detail Residential use is not permitted

    Large Site

    Up to 12 storeys Subject to social housing policies

    See Board 18 for Cambie Phase 3 - West

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    langara golf course

    sexsmithelementary school

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    Allow apartment buildings up to 6 storeys next to Langara Golf Course and Cambie St

    Improve pedestrian experience on Southwest Marine Dr - con nuelandscape setback on south side

    Improve pedestrian experience along Southwest Marine Dr; con nue the landscape setback on the south side

    Create mid-block pedestrian connec ons through long blocks to improve connec ons to transit

    Permit mixed employment buildings on the south side of Southwest Marine Dr near the Canada Line sta on

    Allow apartment buildings up to 6 storeys on Southwest Marine Dr

    Permit tradi onal and courtyard rowhouses on bike routes

    Add safe pedestrian crossings across Southwest Marine Dr

    Create a mini-park at Yukon St at 64th Ave along bike route

    Revised heights from 4 to 6 storeys

    Allow apartment buildings up to 4 storeys adjacent to park

    Create mid-block connec ons through long blocks

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    Section D-D

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    * The suggested FSR (floor space ratio) range is an estimate only. The development

    potential for each site may fall above or below the FSR range given and will be

    determined by careful analysis of individual proposals.

    Apartments

    Height: Up to 4 storeys FSR: 1.5-2.0 *

    Traditional or Courtyard Rowhouse

    Height: Up to 3 storeys Estimated FSR: 0.9 - 1.2 * Smaller sites may have triplex

    Apartments

    Height: Up to 6 storeys 100% rental required in rate of change areas Estimated FSR : Up to 2.5 *

    Retain Existing Land Use

    NEW!

    Tower Form# = Storeys

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