Living along the Cambie Corridor

Cambie Corridor Presale Assignments are now available. The Cambie Corridor is set to get a massive influx of new housing, with 11,500 new homes planned under Phase 3 of the area’s redevelopment. The Cambie Corridor it is now the most aggressive housing push in the city’s history.  The Cambie Corridor planning area covers 16th to the Fraser River between Oak and Ontario streets. The Corridor has seen much redevelopment with the opening of the Canada Line seven years ago.  Read more…

Cambie Corridor Presale Condo & Assignment of Contract Listings

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There will be more market-oriented development and also added new rental and social housing stock through new incentives.  The largest cluster of proposed townhouses is located around the King Edward Station while secondary clusters are next to West 49th Avenue and along much of Oak Street.

  • The entire neighbourhood could be rezoned into an area of presale condo assignments and townhouse developments.
  • Cambie and 41st are designated as the Oakridge Municipal Town Centre in the Cambie Corridor plan, as well as in the regional growth strategy.
  • There will be two new Canada Line stations at West 33rd Avenue and West 57th Avenue added to the line.
  • A multicultural residential and commercial area with a mix of residential neighbourhoods, a busy shopping mall, and Langara College.
  • Queen Elizabeth Park is a 130-acre municipal park.
  • This area is also a hub for the city’s Jewish community.
  • For almost a century, Langara Golf Course has drawn golfers to the area.