CANFIELD

8 Thoughtfully Designed Townhomes in the Heart of Edgemont Village

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

​Each home includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, below-grade storage, rooftop decks, direct parkade to suite access and contemporary design features. For more than three years Canfield Crescent Limited Partnership has been pursuing a development application for 3155/3175 Canfield Crescent in Edgemont Village. The project will gently transition from two end-of-life single-family homes to four modern duplexes, welcoming a new generation of homeowners and residents.

The site is located at the corner of Highlands and Woodbine between the Village Core and Residential area. Each home has three bedrooms, two underground parking spots, a spacious rooftop deck, an outdoor dining space and below grade storage. The project will adhere to Step Code 3 of B.C.’s building code and is committed to building fossil-fuel free homes that appeal to people of all ages and stages of life.

The project will provide much-needed road upgrades including a one-way street for Canfield, new bike lanes and the addition of a sidewalk along Woodbine Avenue, which is part of the official route to Highland Elementary School. New pedestrian street lighting will replace aging overhead power lines, improving visibility and safety around the site. Public realm improvements include integrated seating on Woodbine and Highlands, vertical landscaping on all three frontages and an open landscaped courtyard.

The project is unanimously supported by all five adjacent residents on Canfield Crescent who have participated in the development of the design. The project has the full support of the Edgemont Upper Capilano Community Association Executive, many of whom helped develop the 2014 Edgemont Village Design Guidelines. The project will be presented to council in September 2020, following the release of the Targeted OCP Review Draft, which strongly recommends building more housing across the North Shore to meet homebuyer’s demands and free up much needed rental housing stock. Please help the project move forward by completing a short survey below and sending a letter of support to Mayor Mike Little and Council.

LANDSCAPING PLAN

CANFIELD CRESCENT
WOODBINE AVENUE

CONSTRUCTION & TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

1. DEMO

  • 2 Weeks
  • 2 Trades
  • 2 Truck Load Removal/Day
  • Noise Level 3/5

2. EXCAVATION

  • 1 Month
  • 5 Trades
  • 2 Truck Removal/Hour
  • Noise Level 3/5

3. PARKADE

  • 2 Months
  • 10 Trades
  • 2 Concrete Pours/Week
  • 5 Deliveries Per Day
  • Noise Level 2/5

4. FRAMING

  • 4 Months
  • 10 Trades
  • 5 Deliveries/Day
  • Noise Level 2/5

5. FAÇADE

  • 4 Months
  • 10 Trades
  • 5 Deliveries/Day
  • Noise Level 2/5

6. INTERIORS

  • 5 Months
  • 15 Trades/Day
  • 5 Deliveries/Day
  • Noise Level 1/5

COMMUNITY BENEFITS

New Sidewalks
Canfield & Woodbine

New Bike Lanes
Woodbine & Highland

New Bus Shelter
Highland

Integrated Public Seating
Woodbine & Highland

6 New Street Parking Spaces and New Road for Canfield

Speed Control
Canfield & Corners

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