The Admiral in Strathcona – Plans, Availability, Prices

Coming soon to Strathcona, new family-friendly townhomes.

At a Glance

  • located at Glen Drive & East Georgia Street
  • 4-storey mixed-use development
  • 30 strata townhomes
  • 7 social housing units
  • 16,145 sq ft of commercial space
  • 1,031 sq ft indoor amenity space
  • 5,397 sq ft outdoor amenity space
  • across from Admiral Seymour Elementary School
  • near 4 Yeast Van craft breweries

The Admiral offers a mixture of creative commercial space and family-oriented residential.

Places of Making
The Admiral is a four-storey, mixed-use development being proposed for 1134 East Georgia Street in the Vancouver neighbourhood of Kiwassa East. It is to replace an existing one-storey industrial building with a combination of family housing, and ground-orientated creative production focusing on artists, light industrial, and related production activities. This uniquely addresses the City’s need to provide a diversity of housing and to retain industrial space for local employment opportunities. Combining the strong historic industrial character of the neighbourhood with a contemporary approach to urban living, The Admiral reinforces the Strathcona district’s distinctive identity.

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Pricing for The Admiral
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Floor Plans for The Admiral
Designed with families in mind, the unit mix is comprised of:

  • 2 x studios
  • 4 x 1-bedroom
  • 1 x 2-bedroom
  • 30 x 3-bedroom

Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.

An upper-level courtyard offers residents an open amenity space and provides townhomes with more natural light.

Amenities at The Admiral
Located on the ground level will be 16,100 sq ft of creative commercial space facing an internal mews and internal corridor. The ceiling of this corridor and other exterior overhangs are offered as a canvas for public art.

Residents will enjoy shared use of a mezzanine-level indoor amenity area that includes a lounge and kitchen. An upper-level courtyard offers a 538 sq ft playground, seating areas, and planters. Those who live on the top floor will even have their own private rooftop patios with green roofs and operable skylights.

Additional recreational amenities can be found across the street at Admiral Seymour Elementary School and at nearby Strathcona Park.

Parking and Storage
A total of 79 vehicle parking spaces will be provided, of which 38 are for residents, 22 office and retail tenants, and 19 for restaurant patrons. The Admiral will also have two Class B loading spaces, 52 Class A bicycle spaces, and 12 Class B bicycle stalls.

Maintenance Fees at The Admiral
TBA.

Mixed-use residential and creative commercial development coming soon to Kiwassa East, Vancouver.

Developer Team for The Admiral
Property owners, CH (East Georgia) Limited Partnership, has employed Ekistics Architecture to design the Admiral. Founded in Vancouver in 1992, EKISTICS is a multi-disciplinary design and consulting studio specializing in sustainable planning, architecture, landscape architecture and land development. Their studio is currently supported by over fifty highly-skilled design professionals with expertise in planning, architecture, urban design, stakeholder consultation, graphic design, resort planning, landscape architecture, and integrated golf design. EKISTICS’ philosophy is to strike a balance between people and natural systems by applying sound ecological planning principles which stress the alliance of science, technology, economics, sociology, and design.

Expected Completion for The Admiral
TBA.

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