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More apartment buildings come down on Davie, making way for wave of towers

Vivagrand Developments is planning to develop a 22-storey tower on a corner lot at Davie and Nicola, just the latest tower in a wave of development sweeping across the West End.

The new tower will contain 107 market condominiums and 51 “social housing” market rental apartments to replace the units lost in the existing four-storey apartment building.

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85 per cent of the market condominium units will be two bedrooms or larger. There will be separate entrances for the rental apartments and the market housing, and the building will be surrounded by a large water feature on both the Davie and Nicola frontages.

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