District of North Vancouver is inviting residents to provide their input in a virtual meeting for townhomes in Edgemont area. The early input meeting time for the development called Magnolia starts today and continues until October 2. The development is proposed by the Black Creek Group.
The 21 two-storey town home development from 3712 to 3718 Edgemont Boulevard proposed parking for 41 vehicles, including four visitor stalls.
The site is currently occupied by a building with four self-contained homes arranged in a pinwheel, built in 1951. The property is listed on the District’s Community Heritage Register as part of “Shalal Gardens,” a group of four similar buildings in the area that were designed by architect Fred Hollingsworth. District of North Vancouver recently issued a demolition permit for historical duplexes on site that were at the end of their life and in a state of disrepair.
According to the developer, the Magnolia will be two stories above ground with basements and Underground Parking. The building height for the preliminary design is no greater than 28 feet, and the development proposed 37 parking stalls, three motorcycle stalls and more than 50 bike parking spaces.
There will be three, 3-bedroom units of 2,100 square feet, 12, two-bedroom unit ranging from 1,700 square feet to 2,000 square feet, and there will be six one-bedroom units. A common area gym and a bath house in Central Courtyard is also provided.
The developer hopes to get third reading and council approval by July 2024, with construction starting in 2025 and units coming to the market in 2026. The applicant is hosting a virtual early input opportunity, which is required as part of the development application process and an opportunity for the community to learn more about the application, and share their thoughts.