34 West 7th Avenue

34 W7th render 2

While one of the recently proposed industrial and office buildings in the Mount Pleasant industrial area briefly hit the pause button (while responding to unfavourable commentary from the Urban Design Panel) another project has appeared. This is for clothing manufacturing use on the main floor and part of the second floor, with office uses above (now offered as strata space). Currently there’s a 50 year old industrial building originally built as a meat packing plant, although most recently it’s been used by a cheese importer.

The replacement building has been designed by Proscenium Architecture for Chard Development, an experienced Vancouver-based developer whose recent projects have been in Victoria, but with an earlier scheme in Vancouver developing the previous headquarters for MEC, also in Mount Pleasant on West 4th.

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