Coming soon to Mount Pleasant, the royally-inspired The Regent at King Edward, will soon become a fine addition to the bustling Cambie Street corridor directly south of downtown. Just steps away from its namesake, the immediate availability of the King Edward SkyTrain station on the Canada Line will surely make this 6-storey mid-rise by Regent International Development and GBL Architects a popular address for each and every one of its 66 units. 

The Regent at King Edward, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Featuring a mix of different volumes, cladding materials, and setbacks, The Regent at King Edward will have space for two separate rooftop amenity spaces complete with vegetation, patio seating, and lounge areas. 

Rear view, two-storey townhomes, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Moving around to the rear of the structure, the addition of a collection of two-storey townhomes will add a solidly residential, family-friendly dynamic to the project, thereby accommodating a full range of potential customers. 

The Regent, urban context view, Cambie and King Edward, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Soon to join what has become a wall of mid-rise projects in the area, including the adjacent Cambie Star (above right), which sits directly above the entrance to the aforementioned SkyTrain station, The Regent at King Edward will continue the urban transformation already well underway in Mount Pleasant.  

SkyriseVancouver will be sure to return to this project as progress continues. For more information, check out the associated Database file and Forum thread, and as always, feel free to join the conversation in the comments section below. 

Related Companies:  GBL Architects, Regent International Development