At a Glance
- located at the corner of Ontario Street & West 17th Avenue
- 13 townhomes
- from 1 to 4 bedrooms
- heritage designation & restoration
- rooftop decks offering mountain & city views
- secured underground parking
- walking distance to parks, schools, shops, restaurants
Progressive Meets Heritage
Located at the corner of West 17th Avenue and Ontario Street, the Turner Dairy was constructed in 1913 during the pre-First World War development boom that swept across Vancouver. It is a rare surviving example of a purpose-built dairy of the Edwardian period that has been in continuous industrial use since its completion. Current owners, Hassan and Amir Hemani, worked here assembling leather handbags for their family’s business which operated from 1978 until 1998. Now, they have a vision to see the Turner Dairy rehabilitated and actively used as a legacy to the site and their family’s connection to it.
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Turners Dairy combines new construction with preservation of the character-defining elements of the dairy and stable buildings, including the layout of original character-defining exterior walls, their door and window openings, and interior structural elements – especially the roof truss structure of the Stable Building. The redevelopment will offer 13 two- and three-storey residences designed for contemporary and efficient living suited to the modern family.
Pricing for Turners Dairy
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Floor Plans for Turners Dairy
The thirteen townhomes range in size from 695 – 1,636 sq ft, consisting of two 1-bedroom, five 2-bedroom, five 3-bedroom, and 1 four-bedroom units. See the following examples:
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Amenities at Turners Dairy
Each unit will have its own rooftop deck offering mountain and city views. There will also be a central communal courtyard with a soft surface play area for children.
Parking and Storage
Vehicle parking will be provided in one level of underground accessed from the lane by a car lift. It will provide 20 vehicle stalls and 18 bicycle spaces. Residents can access the garage from the courtyard via an elevator that was the dairy’s original 1913 platform freight elevator.
Maintenance Fees at Turners Dairy
Developer Team for Turners Dairy
Property owner, Durabilt Holdings, has retained ASIR Studio and Birmingham and Wood Architects to design and guide the restoration and transformation of Turners Dairy from its original Edwardian industrial function to modern residences. ASIR Studio is Vancouver-based collaborative firm with AnnaLisa Meyboom and Inge Roecker as principals. It is a critical architectural practice that focuses on contemporary programming, cultural context, and sustainable building with projects primarily in Canada and Germany. Their work has been recognized internationally through awards, publications, and exhibitions.
The firm of Birmingham & Wood, Architects and Planners was established in Vancouver in the 1930s. The original partners, William Birmingham and Woodruff Wood, were key in the development of West Coast Modernist architecture. Their body of work was comprised largely of institutional and residential buildings uniquely suited to the materials and landscapes of the West Coast. Current partners, Sandra Moore and James Burton are committed to continuing the legacy of Birmingham & Wood.
ETRO Construction has been chosen as the lead contractor. They are one of Vancouver’s fastest growing construction management and general contracting firms. Built on a foundation of quality and rooted in a commitment to creating exceptional projects and experiences, they add value to lives and communities through their people, expertise, and passion for doing things differently. The long-term goal for ETRO Construction is to provide diversified construction services in an ever-changing construction market; where technology and a new generation of construction professionals forever innovate the way we build.
Expected Completion for Turners Dairy
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