West Vancouver council will vote on a proposal for a six storey “micro-unit” market rental building near Park Royal at upcoming council meeting.
The rental micro-unit housing development will be located at the corner of Clyde Avenue and Taylor Way.
The development proposes 199 move-in ready, micro-units ranging between 350-440 square feet in size.
All units will be 100 % market rentals.
The residents will have access to rooftop amenity garden, shared indoor work spaces, indoor dining and outdoor fitness areas, according to a report to the council.
The site comprises of three lots fronting Clyde Avenue, as well as a single lot fronting Duchess Avenue. The site is presently an ancillary parking lot for Park Royal North.
The micro-units, the developer says, is a creative solution to help West Vancouver address some of the housing challenges in West Vancouver.
Parking for the micro units would be provided within an underground parkade accessed from Clyde Avenue.
However, the proposal includes a total of 49 parking stalls for 199 units.
“Given the limited number of stalls proposed, the parking rate will require further review,” notes a staff report to council.
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