At a Glance
- located at East Georgia Street & Glen Drive
- 4-storey, mixed-use lowrise
- 40 city homes & 11 merchant spaces
- across from Admiral Seymour Elementary School
- one block north of Adanac Bikeway
- close to “Yeast Van” craft breweries
- 4-minute walk to Strathcona Park & community gardens
- 5-minute bike ride to Britannia Secondary School & Community Centre
- near Commercial Drive cafes, restaurants, shops
A Shared Vision
Coming soon to Strathcona is Assembly, a 4-storey, mixed-use family housing and ground-level creative production building that embraces the neighbourhood’s industrial roots and eastside creativity. Strathcona is known for its eclectic mix of heritage homes, art studios, community parks, and local industrial makers with thriving one-of-a-kind businesses. This inspired a local group of designers to work in collaboration with a boutique development team to create a community of city homes set over local merchants. Assembly offers a selection of family-oriented 2- and 3-bedroom residences, along with a 20% integrated social housing component with shared amenities and private street entrances for some units.
Located at the corner of Glen Drive and East Georgia Street in one of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods, Assembly is adjacent to the 110-year-old Admiral Seymour Elementary School which sits on a quiet tree-lined street with little through traffic. Community amenities, such as parks, community centres, schools, and community gardens are all within walking distance. For the kids, treat them to ice cream down the block at legendary La Casa Gelato; for the adults, there’s Luppolo Brewing on the adjacent block. Just steps from the Adanac Bikeway and transit routes on Venables, Clark, and Hastings provide convenient, car-free mobility. Live together, work together at Assembly.
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Pricing for Assembly
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Floor Plans for Assembly
Assembly offers a diverse choice of homes, ranging from 498-sq-ft studios to 3-storey, 3-bedroom city homes up to 1,352 sq ft. Most are suitable for families and include a private roof deck. The proposed unit mix is:
- 2 x 498-sq-ft studios
- 4 x 778-sq-ft 1-bedroom
- 1 x 1,004-sq-ft 2-bedroom
- 30 x 3-bedroom 1,332 – 1,352 sq ft
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Amenities at Assembly
Residents will have shared use of a small ground floor gym and a mezzanine-level indoor multi-purpose room that features a lounge, dining area, and a kitchen. A second level courtyard will provide generous space for gathering and a children’s playground in the centre, surrounded by seating areas, various landscaping, and walkways.
At ground level, an innovative mews with skylights offers open-air corridors between production spaces for workers, residents, and the public. Across East Georgia Street, Admiral Seymour Elementary School has play facilities that include a basketball court, playground, swings, and a sports field.
Parking and Storage
One level of underground parking will provide space for 52 bicycles and 79 vehicles, of which 38 stalls will be for residents, 22 for office/retail tenants, and 19 for restaurant workers and patrons. At ground level, there will be racks for 12 bicycles and 2 loading bays on the lane.
Maintenance Fees at Assembly
Developer Team for Assembly
fabric living is a Vancouver-based real estate development company that celebrates community by creating unique spaces in vibrant, authentic neighbourhoods. fabric is a purpose-driven development company that specializes in the development and revitalization of multi-family residential, commercial properties and mixed-use projects. fabric invests in the creation of community-minded projects in emerging neighbourhoods with a focus on adding value to local communities, weaving the city together one project at a time.
Founded in 1983, Hudson Holdings is a Vancouver-based real estate development company specializing in commercial, residential, and mixed-use projects. Hudson works closely with investors and landowners to achieve results that exceed expectations. Past work includes the Fairview Green townhomes and King Edward Green in the Cambie Corridor — both designed by W.T. Leung Architects.
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 50 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. Some of their projects featured here include The Admiral, Beaufort Landing, Gardner, and Anthem’s Wood & Water.
Ste. Marie is an internationally-engaged, Vancouver-based design studio founded by Craig Stanghetta. The visionary interior design studio is behind some the city’s most beloved cultural experiences such as Osterio Savio Volpe in the Fraserhood and Kissa Tanto in Chinatown. Ste. Marie creates breakthrough projects that engage the public, resonate with end users, and propel businesses forward. By developing visionary concepts that unite every department and discipline, they help developers, owners, and asset managers compete at the top level, mitigate risk, and deliver high-performing legacy projects.
Expected Completion for Assembly
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