South Granville station of Broadway subway to be topped by five-storey commercial building

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      A development application has been filed for one of the six stops of the Broadway subway in Vancouver.

      PCI Developments has proposed to build a five-storey commercial building on the northeast corner of West Broadway and Granville Street.

      The said location has been identified by the B.C. provincial government as the South Granville station of the subway.

      The six-kilometre Broadway subway will extend the Millennium Line of SkyTrain from VCC-Clark Station to Arbutus Street.

      The development application covers 1489 West Broadway, currently home to an RBC Royal Bank building.

      The application also includes 1465 West Broadway, which hosts three restaurants.

      The proposed development will feature retail and financial institution uses at the ground floor, with offices above.

      Information released online by the City of Vancouver regarding the development application did not indicate which bank will open at the new building.

      Also at grade level will be the entrance for the subway station leading to a concourse and train platform underground.

      The station’s entrance will be at the southwest corner of the proposed development.

      Also included in the project are six levels of underground parking.