A uniquely designed all-rental tower is slated for the corner of West 41st Avenue and Willow, between Oak and Cambie Streets. The 18-storey building will include 131 secured market rental units, 20 per cent of which will be designated as moderate income housing. It will replace the Oakmont Medical Building, built in the 1960s.
The ground floor will include at-grade retail space, and there will be 85 underground parking stalls and 254 bicycle parking spaces. An amenity floor is planned for the rooftop.
The development is adjacent to the Oakridge Transit Centre redevelopment, which include three towers up to 26 storeys along W 41st Avenue. It’s also across the street from the Jewish Community Centre, which will be redeveloped with two towers (26 and 24 storeys) and a nine-storey podium. The rezoning application is being considered under the Cambie Corridor Plan.