Over 2,000 homes in 12 buildings, 150,000 square feet of amenities are planned for the 27-acre CF Richmond Centre by Cadillac Fairview and SHAPE. Richmond’s downtown will become a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use destination with various retail, eating, and entertainment options.
Additionally, the CF Richmond Centre will have open-air street fronts that will deliver an exceptional living experience to the city of Richmond. Stylish interiors, city views, spacious patios, and high-end amenities, such as air conditioning and high-end appliances, will be found in the apartments, which will range in size from studios to townhouses: Minoru Park, City Hall, and SkyTrain’s Canada Line from the city’s cultural hub.
This massive 27-acre new development in Richmond BC will drastically reshape the neighborhood and provide 2,297 new houses to the region; 1957 will be market condominiums, and the rest rented apartments. There will be 12 new structures, including 14-story highrises, midrises, and even some townhouses.
Over 42,000 square feet of interior amenities and 130,000 square feet of outdoor amenities will be available to residents. Amenities include:
There’s little doubt that the region has something for everyone, including a boutique street with worldwide brands and open plazas. This project will show Richmond’s unique character and culture in all its glory, much like some of the world’s most desirable cities.
Numerous local landmarks are within easy walking distance of the CF Richmond Centre. Minoru Park, Richmond City Hall, the Richmond Arts Center, and Richmond Hospital. In addition, the Richmond – Residents can find Brighouse Canada Line Subway Station and several bus stations on Number 3 Road.
In addition, this next resident will focus on open-air street fronts, which will deliver a distinctive living experience to Richmond. The townhouses and unit studios are luxuriously constructed with extensive patios, a view of the city, and high-end facilities such as exquisite appliances and air conditioning.
During transit hours, sidewalk and street crossing modifications along No. 3 Road and a guarded public pedestrian walkway through the mall’s central galleria are all part of the plan to make the Canada Line more accessible to the general public.
Bicycle, automobile, ride-share, taxi, public transportation, and other modes of transportation may all be found at these two multimodal mobility hubs.
Expansion of Park Road, construction of a new roadway and multi-use path close to City Hall, and enhancements to the off-street bike lanes and greenways on No. 3 Road and Minoru Boulevard are just some of the projects in the works.
The majority of Cadillac Fairview’s development activity is concentrated on redevelopment and new development projects in their four primary markets in Canada: Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal. Expansion and refurbishment are critical components of a business growth plan since they allow the business to bring in new customers.
Cadillac Fairview believes in investing in their current assets to position them for more significant development, build resilience to bad economic situations, and deliver predictable, consistent returns for their shareholder, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP), which is their primary shareholder.
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