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.