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Royal Columbian Hospital Expansion

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Old Posted Oct 10, 2018, 8:16 AM
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A few Burquitlam updates taken on Oct 9th.

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Various lowrise and townhouse developments in the area.




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They'd have some nice views from there.
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The views from the Uptown towers across the street are so I'd imagine so.
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I meant unobstructed towards Metrotown and westwards - without seeing the taller ones closer to the station.
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The arc in the balconies looks pretty good.

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does anyone know what's going on with the pub? in this picture it's in the centre. They seem to be renovating it or slowly demolishing it I can't tell. Seems like a prime redevelopment spot so doing renos seems like a waste no?

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The address is 541 Clarke Road in Coquitlam. I think Safeway currently owns the site, but I'm not sure. I found mention of this workshop taking place there over the summer: https://www.minutemanpress.ca/news/c...its-23149.html
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does anyone know what's going on with the pub? in this picture it's in the centre. They seem to be renovating it or slowly demolishing it I can't tell. Seems like a prime redevelopment spot so doing renos seems like a waste no?
It's got plywood over the windows, which is kind of strange for renovations.
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Yea, they have a porta potty outside and a dumpster bin and I've seen workers in and about it at times. The one next door I forget what it used to be, I wanna say it was a liquor store for the pub, now its a fairly busy Korean restaurant. It's quite neat seeing how much the area is changing so rapidly.
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The address is 541 Clarke Road in Coquitlam. I think Safeway currently owns the site, but I'm not sure. I found mention of this workshop taking place there over the summer: https://www.minutemanpress.ca/news/c...its-23149.html
Safeway only bought the pub's liquor license, the liquor store/pub had a different landlord
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Ah, yes, that's why it's not reopening as a pub....
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Possibly being renovated to a presale showroom for one or two suites in the proposed development.
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in this picture - the lots on the middle/right is a proposal for

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Pre-application to rezone site to construct one mixed-use 24 storey
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behind where that pub used to be at 705 North Road are these. They have the same address but are two different things?

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705 North Sep 07, 2018 Rezoning and development permit to construct a 26-storey apartment
tower and a 6-storey low-rise apartment building under the RM-6 zone
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705 North Sep 07, 2018 Development permit to construct one 48-storey market residential
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PoMo rental building gets green light
Mario Bartel / Tri-City News
OCTOBER 12, 2018 08:49 AM



An artist's rendering of the new rental building PC Urban is planning to build on Dewdney Trunk Road in Port Moody.
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More rental housing is coming to Port Moody.

At its meeting Tuesday, city council approved bylaw and zoning amendments to allow construction of a six-storey rental apartment building at 3370 Dewdney Trunk Rd. It will include 229 units, five of which will be made available at below-market rents.

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Atira project clears 'major hurdle'
PoCo council gives tentative go-ahead to society's project to provide affordable rental housing to women
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An artist rendering of the Atira Women's Resource Society's affordable women's housing project being planned for Prairie Avenue and Flint Street in Port Coquitlam.
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A contentious project providing housing for women and children got a tentative go-ahead from Port Coquitlam council Tuesday clearing the way for tenants to move in as early as the summer of 2020.

The Atira Women's Resource Society is "ecstatic" its proposal to build rental housing for women, children and families, a medical clinic, and a childcare facility received unanimous approval on third reading from council following a public hearing.

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Electronic Avenue project gets OK
Port Moody council has approved development that includes 30 rent-to-own units
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A rendering of the condo development being proposed by the Panatch Group for 50 Electronic Ave. in Port Moody.
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A vacant lot at 50 Electronic Ave. in Port Moody will soon be occupied by construction equipment after city council approved a development permit Tuesday.

The planned development by The Panatch Group on the south side of Murray Street will feature two six-storey buildings with 358 residential units and 18,000 sq. ft. of commercial space.

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Condo proposal not worthy of PoMo gateway — CPAC
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An architectural drawing of a 90-unit condo being proposed for 2101 Clarke St. in Port Moody. One councillor at Tuesday's meeting of the city's community planning advisory committee to consider the proposal said it resembled a cruise ship.
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A proposed 90-unit condo building that one Port Moody councillor suggested resembles a cruise ship isn’t the kind of image the city wants to project at one of its gateway entrances.

At its meeting Tuesday, Port Moody’s community planning advisory committee (CPAC) failed to endorse the project’s design as it moves towards consideration by city council.

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