MetroPlace

MetroPlace is a 342 unit, 46-storey development, one of the highest buildings in Burnaby’s Metrotown neighbourhood.
Project Type
Residential, Mixed-Use
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The residential tower component sits on top of a 4-storey commercial podium on Beresford, a 5-storey stacked townhouse podium component on Telford, and a series of 2-storey townhouses along the site’s southern property line.

The project incorporates up to sixteen thousand square feet of city-owned community amenity space, granted in exchange for an additional amenity density bonus.

“This is a shared vision, but more than anything, it was Burnaby’s vision for Beresford Street and for our site,” said Maurice Pez, Intracorp’s senior vice-president of development.

MetroPlace is the first high density development to take advantage of the new “supplemental community benefit density bonuses” for Burnaby’s town centres. The project incorporates up to sixteen thousand square feet of city-owned community amenity space, granted in exchange for an additional amenity density bonus.

The project aims to integrate the adjacent Maywood neighbourhood into the town centre. It includes pedestrian and cyclist-friendly linkages to provide easier access to Metrotown mall, the library branch and civic square, Bonsor Recreation Centre, and Central Park from the area south of Metrotown station.

The new block is designed to become the focus for public events that will take place on Beresford Street. Streets are widened, trees planted, adding cafes, stores and an artwalk making it more pedestrian-friendly.

Preliminary Design: Busby Perkins+Will
NSDA Architects: all other architectural services