At a Glance
- located on the corner of 1st Avenue & Thornton Street
- mixed-use development with residential, office, hotel
- 4 buildings from 7-15 storeys
- 218 live-work units
- 38,694 sq ft of ground floor retail space
- 100,000 sq ft hotel
- 129,207 sq ft of office space
- adjacent to proposed SkyTrain station
- located on the Great Northern Way bike route
- walking distance to Brewery Creek craft breweries
The Junction of Past & Future
Onni Group has proposed to build a mixed-use development on the corner of East 1st Avenue and Thornton Street, consisting of two live-work buildings with a total of 218 units, a 194-room hotel, and a 7-storey office building. Each of the buildings will also contain ground-level retail units. This project is part of the revitalization of Vancouver’s False Creek Flats neighbourhood from a traditional industrial area to a creative precinct, health hub, and green enterprise zone that is helping to drive the city’s shift to a post-carbon economy. Within 30 years, it is expected that employment in the area will grow from 8,000 today to 30,000. Of note in the plan for 375 East 1st is the live-work component. Much of the future redevelopment of the Flats will be non-residential.
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Pricing for 375 East 1st
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Floor Plans for 375 East 1st
One 15-storey and one 13-storey live-work building have the following proposed mix of units:
- 125 x 1-bedroom
- 85 x 2-bedroom
- 8 x 3-bedroom
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Amenities at 375 East 1st
Proposed amenities include a central plaza with a public art installation and water feature, a northern plaza with a children’s play area, an amphitheatre, and a landscaped greenway along the western property line. Amenities for the individual live-work buildings have yet to be finalized.
Parking and Storage
A common four-level parkade will serve all four buildings. It will accommodate 224 live-work, 224 office/retail, and 194 hotel, vehicles, of which 21 stalls will be accessible and 20% of live-work stalls will have electric vehicle charging capability. There will be a data storage warehouse on level P5. Loading will be possible via nine Class A and 10 Class B bays. A total of 325 bicycle storage spaces will also be available. Commercial tenants will have use of 41 Class A bicycle spaces on level P1, along with 58 clothing lockers. Short-term bicycle parking at grade will be provided in racks for 32 bikes.
Maintenance Fees at 375 East 1st
Developer Team for 375 East 1st
The Onni Group is one of North America’s leading private real estate developers, with extensive experience designing, developing, building and managing innovative projects. As a fully integrated company that directly oversees every step in the development process, Onni has built over 10,000 homes. In addition, the company owns and manages more than 7 million square feet of commercial property, over 5,500 rental apartment units, and has an additional 10 million square feet in various stages of development. With offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Mexico, Onni continues to expand and diversify into new markets throughout North America.
IBI Group, a globally-integrated architecture, planning, engineering, and technology firm, has been retained as architects for Cambie Gardens. From high-rises to industrial buildings, schools to state-of-the-art hospitals, transit stations to highways, airports to toll systems, bike lanes to parks, they have designed every aspect of a truly integrated city for people to live, work, and play.
Expected Completion for 375 East 1st
The live-work units are expected to be completed by Winter/Spring 2021. The office building has an estimated completion in the first quarter of 2022.
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