1160 Broughton Street

This six unit infill is part of the West End Plan’s Laneway 2.0 initiative. It would see three 1-bed and three 2-bed rental units in a 4-storey block on the laneway – which now has a name: See-em-ia Lane (named for the granddaughter of Chief Capilano and wife of Eihu, a Hawaiian settler who was one of original settlers at Kanaka Ranch on the south shore of Coal Harbour near Stanley Park, and also has a newly named lane).

The architects are Marianne Amodio Architecture Studio, and the building will replace a surface parking lot behind a retained 10-storey rental building completed in 1969. It will face other laneway units being developed as part of Mirabel on Davie Street.

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