Kelowna-based Lime Architecture is seeking development permits for two new low-rise projects located just outside the downtown core. The proposed developments include a two-storey, four-unit building at the corner of Gordon Drive and Martin Avenue. This area, situated between downtown and the Bankhead area, is experiencing significant growth and has limited availability in the market. The building will feature a shared detached garage with four parking stalls and private rooftop decks for each residence.
The development permits are part of Lime Architecture’s plan to contribute to the ongoing growth and development of the Kelowna area. With its convenient location and modern design, the proposed projects aim to meet the needs of younger residents seeking contemporary and affordable housing options.
By expanding outside the downtown core, Lime Architecture hopes to provide more housing opportunities in areas that are experiencing growth but have limited options. The company recognizes the importance of creating diverse and accessible housing options for all residents in the Okanagan and Similkameen area.
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