During the City of Maple Ridge council meeting on Tuesday, council discussed three new development projects that would add more residential and commercial units to the city.
Two residential and one multi-use development project were presented to the council for the first reading.
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Two six-storey residential buildings on 11781 and 22076 Lougheed Highway, single-family homes on Battle Avenue and two multi-use buildings at the intersection of Lougheed Highway and Ridge Meadows Way.
Here are the details.
Residential development on Lougheed Highway
Two six-storey buildings are proposed for 11781 and 22076 Lougheed Highway.
The project will have 26 one-bedroom and 56 two-bedroom units.
The development is in the Lougheed Transit Corridor area. The Fraser River Escarpment assessment is also due and the council is awaiting to receive the final report before voting on the development.
Residential development on Battle Avenue
Three lots will be converted to six lots allowing for new single detached residential units at 20565, 20575 and 20583 Battle Avenue.
The house will have a garage equipped with two parking spaces. For visitors, parking will be available on Battle Avenue.
Multi-use development on 20110 Lougheed Highway
Two six-storey multi-use residential and commercial buildings are proposed to replace the existing transit oriented strip mall.
It will include 171 residential units and 62,368 square feet of commercial/office space.
It will be located at the intersection of Lougheed Highway and Ridge Meadows Way.
The area falls under the Lougheed Transit Corridor which will allow commercial and multi-use development in the proposed area.
Building A will have two levels of commercial space and four levels of 96 market-strata residential units.
Building B will have five levels of 75 market-strata residential units and ground level for commercial space.
Access will be through Lougheed Hwy. and the rear lane which separates the existing residential neighbourhood of Hammond to the South.
None of the projects have been approved and are scheduled to go through further discussion during the next meeting on Tuesday, January 17.