The subject site is located within the Burquitlam-Lougheed Neighborhood in Coquitlam. It is well served by public transit and at the same time within walking distance to commercial/retail uses along the North Road corridor.
The existing on the property heritage house will be relocated to the south-east corner and will be restored as recommended by the heritage conservation plan for the Pollard Residence prepared by Donald Luxton & Associates.

The development will provide 123 market units; including 72 apartment units, 48 townhomes and 3 units in the restored heritage home. A 6-storey apartment building at the south-west corner will be facing Rochester Ave and Clayton Street. Two 4-level townhomes are facing Madore Avenue and one 3-storey stacked-townhouse building is located in the middle of the community. Each building will be separated with sizeable courtyards that provide outdoor amenity spaces as intimate place for social gatherings and community interactions.

At-grade residential townhome and apartment units have distinct entrances that are connected to the streets and are stepped to follow existing street grading from east to west. Common exterior elevator provides stair free access from two levels of parkade to the courtyard and townhomes. The apartment has a central entry lobby connection accessed from Rochester Avenue.

The building incorporates a contemporary palette of white, beige and greys, with warm wood-toned cladding used at the feature frames and brick veneer wrapped framed elements at the unit entries facing the streets and courtyards.

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  • Developer / Client

    The Circadian Group

  • Energy Rating

    BC Energy Step Code (Step 3)

  • Status

    In Development