Montreal-based Tianco Group and Vancouver practice Romses Architects are teaming up to bring a new residential development to the corner of Cambie Street and West King Edward Avenue. The aptly named Cambie + King Edward will stand six storeys above the vibrant Cambie Corridor and introduce 67 one- to four-bedroom condominiums to the neighbourhood.
Architecturally, the building features a stepback on the fourth floor to support two communal rooftop decks and social gathering spaces, allowing the top floor to seemingly float above. Inset balconies ensure the streamlined integrity of the design is not lost, and screening devices facilitate privacy and shading.
In addition to the assemblage of condominium units, the L-shaped mid-rise will include four two-storey townhouses, ranging from 1,374 to 1,431 square feet, arranged adjacent to a courtyard and pedestrian breezeway. There will also be 40 one-bedroom units starting at 427 square feet, 13 two-bedroom units, nine three-bedroom units, and a single 2,160-square-foot, four-bedroom suite.
Fencing has been erected around the site as an excavator begins digging out earth to accommodate the one-and-a-half-level parking garage, which will hold 62 vehicular stall and 84 bicycle spots. The development is being carried out by Tiango Group, a subsidiary of China's Tianqing Group, which is the largest real estate company in that country's Gansu province.
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|Related Companies:||Romses Architects, Tianco Group|