1070 Barclay Street Iconic Twin Towers Downtown Vancouver Plans, Prices, Availability

1070 Barclay Street twin towers Vancouver

By renowned German architect proposed for downtown Vancouver

This is world-renowned German architectural firm Büro Ole Scheeren’s second design in North America.  At 1070 Barclay Street – a site at the southeast corner of the intersection of Barclay Street and Thurlow Street. An architecturally stunning redevelopment proposal in downtown Vancouver aims to provide the city with its first major twin towers and add to the skyline.

At a Glance:

  • Two residential towers with the same height but a varying number of floors
  • The form of the twin towers features a fixed alternating pattern of protruding boxes and balconies.
  • Green roofs and void spaces between some floors for outdoor residential amenity spaces.
  • 48 and 49 storeys, respectively
  • A total of 680 residential units are planned
  • 190 units – approximately 25% – dedicated to social housing to not only replace the demolished rental housing units but also add to the stock.
  • A draft Tenant Relocation Strategy Plan that exceeds the City’s minimum requirement has been submitted to the City,
  • 30% two-bedroom units and 20% three-bedroom units or more within the social housing portion of the development.
  • For the market residential units, 25% will have two bedrooms and 15% will have three bedrooms or more.
  • Also planned are ground-level retail spaces and indoor and outdoor residential amenities.

 

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Bosa Properties is dedicated to supporting existing tenants. A draft Tenant Relocation Strategy Plan that exceeds the City’s minimum requirement has been submitted to the City, and a full-time tenant relocation coordinator has been engaged to provide a point of contact for tenants and to provide the assistance required,” reads a statement prepared for Daily Hive

“Tenants meeting the eligibility requirements will also have the first right of refusal for the new social housing, giving them an opportunity to return the neighbourhood.”

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Adhering to the City of Vancouver’s High-Density Housing For Families & Children Policy, there will be 30% two-bedroom units and 20% three-bedroom units or more within the social housing portion of the development.

For the market residential units, 25% will have two bedrooms and 15% will have three bedrooms or more.

Floor Plans & Pricing Are Coming Soon!

Floor Plans for 1070 Barclay
Purchasers have a choice of 1- to 3-bedroom condominiums. Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.  Adhering to the City of Vancouver’s High-Density Housing For Families & Children Policy, there will be 30% two-bedroom units and 20% three-bedroom units or more within the social housing portion of the development.  For the market residential units, 25% will have two bedrooms and 15% will have three bedrooms or more.

Amenities at 1070 Barclay
There are green roofs and void spaces between some floors for outdoor residential amenity spaces. Also planned are ground-level retail spaces and indoor and outdoor residential amenities.

Parking and Storage
TBD

Maintenance Fees at 1070 Barclay
TBD.

Developer Team for 1070 Barclay

“Bosa Properties is dedicated to supporting existing tenants. A draft Tenant Relocation Strategy Plan that exceeds the City’s minimum requirement has been submitted to the City, and a full-time tenant relocation coordinator has been engaged to provide a point of contact for tenants and to provide the assistance required,” “Tenants meeting the eligibility requirements will also have the first right of refusal for the new social housing, giving them an opportunity to return the neighbourhood.”

A total of 680 residential units are planned, with 190 units – approximately 25% – dedicated to social housing to not only replace the demolished rental housing units but also add to the stock.

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