It looks like a days could be numbered for a iconic Dairy Queen grill during 2109 East Hastings in East Vancouver.
A rezoning focus has been submitted to a City of Vancouver by Mosaic Homes to redevelop a skill into a mixed-use growth with cumulative marketplace let housing.
Designed by internal firm Yamamoto Architecture, a offer calls for a six-storey, mixed-use building with 4,700 sq. ft. of blurb space on a belligerent floor, including a 2,700-sq-ft dilemma section for a restaurant, and 42 let units within a top floors.
There will also be 45 subterraneous parking spaces to support a residences and blurb units.
The plan is being deliberate underneath a Grandview-Woodland Community Plan. An open residence will be hold from 5 pm to 7:30 pm on Monday, Nov 6 during a Aboriginal Friendship Centre during 1607 East Hastings Street.
Other properties elsewhere in a city that residence a solidified treats sequence could also be redeveloped. The Dairy Queen during 821 Denman Street, nearby Robson Street, in downtown Vancouver’s West End community henceforth sealed late this summer.
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