Rental Condo with Church

 

Vancouver City Council continues to astonish the world and the city by its mixed use development opportunities, which many find to be the heart of the new city. This new mixed use development now contains a new modern church on the main floor. This is quite a different approach to the grocery stores, retail shops, offices and facilities that usually go hand in hand with a new development.

This is also the city known for North America’s first urban Costco which is located in the basement of the Spectrum condo complex next to Rogers Arena. — VanCityBuzz

This has not yet been approved but an application for this 22-storey mixed use rental development at the corner of Thurlow and Pendrell streets. This project is being spearheaded by the Central Presbyterian Church that already exists at the current location. Along with the new improved church will be a new arts centre for community use.

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