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Over 1,100 Residential Units To Be Built Near Richmond’s Brighouse Station

Over 1,100 residential units to be built near Richmond’s Brighouse Station

By Daisy Xiong for Business in Vancouver

The historic shops and restaurants on No. 3 Road, across the street from Richmond Centre, will soon be all gone and replaced by nine new towers.

The three newly proposed developments at the No. 3 and Cook roads intersection will include 1,132 residential units, which are part of a “Brighouse Village” the city has planned near the Brighouse Canada Line station.

On a 3.2-acre land parcel at 6340 No. 3 Road, which was home to dozens of businesses, including Bob’s Subs, three 15-storey residential towers and a 12-storey office tower will plow skyward.

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These buildings will include 546 residential units, ground level retail space, 856 parking stalls and an “Early Childhood Development Hub” – a 19,000-sq.-ft. facility that will provide space for up to four child care programs, according to a city report.

The rooftop of a site-wide podium will serve as an outdoor amenity space for the complex’s residents, boasting a 9,000-sq.-ft. outdoor playground for the childcare facility.

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