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Old Posted May 25, 2018, 8:10 PM
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^^^^^

Almost completed, they are also building another sales centre on 14th Ave & 16th St (where they will punch 16th St through) and have placed info boards up on BCH's Cedar Place site.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2018, 8:17 PM
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The sales centre is complete and a website is up for a woodframe appt.

Cedar Creek

Judging by the name, I think this might be going up on the existing old Cedar Place land along 14th Ave.

That way they can have their 16th St. connection to High Gate
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2018, 11:24 PM
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They're really not moving quickly on this development - from the latest Burnaby Major Development Projects

REZ # 14-26 portions of 7679 and 7701 18th Street
32-storey residential tower and a four-storey low rise apartment building
Second Reading 2016 May 09

REZ # 14-28 portions of 7105 and 7205 11th Avenue
28-storey residential tower and a four-storey low rise residential building
Second Reading 2016 May 09

REZ # 16-10
Portion of 7201 11th Avenue (Island – 3, 4, 5)
Construction of a 28-storey residential tower and two four-storey low-rise residential buildings
Second Reading 2016 Oct 03

REZ # 16-08
Portion of 7201 11th Avenue (Island 6)
Construction of a 40-storey residential tower with a two-storey townhouse podium
Second Reading 2017 April 03


REZ # 17-07
Portion of 7201 11th Avenue
Construction of a 42-storey residential tower with a 6-storey podium over a 3 level parkade and 6-storey rental residential building
Initial Report 2017 April 03

REZ #17-15 Portion of 7201 11th Avenue
Construction of a high-rise residential tower on a 3 level parkade and a low-rise residential building
Initial Report 2017 May 29


REZ # 15-25
7121 14th Ave Multi-family residential development with a non-market affordable seniors' rental housing component
Final Adoption 2018 July 09
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Old Posted Nov 8, 2018, 2:56 AM
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Some buildings have been demolished

Construction by Dmytro Zhukovets, on Flickr
Construction by Dmytro Zhukovets, on Flickr
Construction by Dmytro Zhukovets, on Flickr
Construction by Dmytro Zhukovets, on Flickr
Construction by Dmytro Zhukovets, on Flickr
Construction by Dmytro Zhukovets, on Flickr
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Wow. So ugly!! Dull, soulless. Also, what's with all the point towers?
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Why do I hink that this is a project that could stall in the slowdown?
(i.e. not in as urban a town centre, fewer nearby services, etc.)
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Why do I hink that this is a project that could stall in the slowdown?
(i.e. not in as urban a town centre, fewer nearby services, etc.)
Also it took me 15 mins walking there from Edmonds Skytrain
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Yeah, I'm not thinking too well of this development. The later sections are ~15 min from Edmonds, it's generic-looking, it lacks a lot of commercial mixed development/streetscape buildout, and it's built on built-out industrial property.

And they said Burnaby wasn't building up on industrial property unless it was needed...

It could probably stall due to the later sections being very far from Edmonds, with only section 1 getting anywhere.
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Yeah, I'm not thinking too well of this development. The later sections are ~15 min from Edmonds, it's generic-looking, it lacks a lot of commercial mixed development/streetscape buildout, and it's built on built-out industrial property.

And they said Burnaby wasn't building up on industrial property unless it was needed...

It could probably stall due to the later sections being very far from Edmonds, with only section 1 getting anywhere.
From the first page:
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The preliminary plan includes the following:
  • A gross density of 2.8 FAR
  • 5.8 Million SF of Market Residential
  • 200,000 SF of Commercial Space
  • Approx. 20 towers up to 46-storeys in height
  • 15-20 year build-out
"Day to day needs are easily met with the convenience of community shops and services that include a gourmet grocer, restaurants, cafés, and the luxury of your own world-class, park-side Community Centre."
Burnaby has been moving a lot of industrial down the hill to the Big Bend area, and the Safeway distribution center moved out years ago. Plus there are already two bus routes that travel by this.
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Drove by there couple weeks back, seems like the social housing building is near completion, and some units of the existing complex closest to Stride elementary appear to be boarded up with garbage bags. I think this portion closest to the school will be social housing for seniors.
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