86th avenue mixed-use

contemporary design 
in a developing neighbourhood

a new mixed-use development in a high profile neighbourhood

As part of a quickly developing area of the Carvolth neighborhood of Langley, this development site posed a number of challenges, including a long, narrow site that sloped almost 30 feet from one end to the other. With new roads to be constructed on 3 sides of the property, there are 3 separate buildings, with a total of 199 residential condominium suites, plus 3800 square feet of commercial space. Due to the sloping site, there are 3 levels of underground parking, which interconnect with each other.  The exterior design brings a palette of natural colours, embodied in high quality materials, composed and put together in a thoughtful way, to be cognizant of the human scale with such a large development. The main entries are highlighted with a dark brick materials, covered with high-level roof canopies with exposed glulam columns.

client:

Isle of Mann Group

location:

20264 – 86th Avenue
Langley, BC

size:

199 apts + 3800 ft2 commercial

value:

Withheld

status:

Schematic Design

Leon Schroeder

Senior Associate

Justin Dyck

Project Architect

Jaimie Stroomer

Technologist

Alenda Griffioen

Landscape Designer

Scott Watson

Landscape Architect

Katherine Robertson

Technologist

Andy Sidhu

Associate

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