Coming soon to Cambie Village and the quickly redeveloping King Edward Ave corridor, Amber by Aragon is set to deliver 31 condo units to the neighbourhood. Located upon the former site of several prewar bungalows, the 4-storey low-rise development will continue the evolution of the area, as Vancouver's ongoing densification spreads outwards. 

Amber, topped off and ready for cladding, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Just steps away from the King Edward SkyTrain Station, and a brisk walk from nearby Queen Elizabeth Park, Amber is well-situated for those looking for a quick commute and easy access to green space. Close as well to the shops and restaurants of Cambie Street, the development will be a hit for those in the market for a bit of urban living as well. 

Amber, King Edward Ave, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Built using timber frame construction, Amber will soon be clad in a mix of brick and glass, thereby representing a subtle tie to the more traditional aesthetic of the once thoroughly residential neighbourhood. 

Amber, Ash St, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Billed as an investment property, Amber is no doubt trading upon the development's proximity to the up-and-coming Cambie Village district, the King Edward Ave corridor now home to several similar projects, which when combined, will serve to dramatically enhance the pedestrian vibrancy of the area. 

SkyriseCities 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.