The Silver condo tower is the second project by NSDA Architects located on the 6000 block of Beresford Street in Metrotown which builds upon Burnaby's "town centre" vision.
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6333 Silver Ave, Burnaby
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The new Metrotown Plan calls for a creation of a new Beresford great street, pedestrian-oriented boulevard with art installations, shops, cafés and outdoor seating which connects to the community to Maywood.

Silver is a 38-storey residential tower, set on a 4-storey podium of townhomes and flats with a total of 288 units.

The podium level anchors the building with natural materials to help integrate it into the neighbourhood. Its double-height lobbies will be fully glazed to let light and air define a sense of arrival.

A restored heritage craftsman style home comprising four stratas was relocated on the site to face McKay Avenue, making it a central feature of the Beresford Art Walk situated amidst open space, landscaping and a pedestrian plaza.

A stacked brick pattern incorporated into the lower façade adds to the contextual feel of the building presenting a warm and inviting backdrop to the shops and cafés that will populate the street.

Associated Architect – Richard Henry Architect Inc.