Topped off and ready for cladding, the 6-storey, 67-unit, Cambie + King Edward has made significant progress since we last checked in on it back in late 2017. Designed by Romses Architects for the Montreal-based Tianco Group, the aptly-named residential development has now assumed a commanding presence near the corner of Cambie and King Edward towards the southern boundary of Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourood. 

Cambie + King Edward, topped off and ready for cladding, image by Forum contributor Roundabout

Configured in an L shape, the multi-volume mid-rise structure features plenty of setbacks and irregular spaces, thereby providing ample opportunities for generous rooftop terraces. Comprised of a mix of unit shapes and sizes, ranging from 1-4 bedrooms and between 1 and 2 floors, the mix of condo and towns here serves the area well. 

Cambie + King Edward, alternate view, image by Forum contributor Roundabout

In addition to a full range of living options, residents will be provided with 62 parking spaces and 84 bike stalls, the imbalance a nod to Vancouver's green values and dense urban environment. Furthermore, with units ranging in size from 400-2,200 sq. ft., Cambie + King Edward appears to be offering a little of everything to its potential customer base. 

Cambie + King Edward, as it will appear upon completion, image via Tianco Group

Once complete, Cambie + King Edward will be a prime address for all of its 100-plus residents, the development close to two major thoroughfares, loads of shops and restaurants, and rapid transit. 

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:  Romses Architects, Tianco Group