2220 Kingsway  (2013)

 
 
Rezoning Application — 2220 Kingsway  (8 June 2012)   [24 pdf files]

 
    [ Order below is chronological — Newest at bottom ]

  Mention of Canadian Tire site as Item 3 in September Letter posted on 6 September 2011.
  2220 Kingsway listed by City of Vancouver for rezoning in 2220 Kingsway #1 posted on 26 June 2012.
  City of Vancouver posting of rezoning application materials on 6 July 2012 reported in 2220 Kingsway #2.
  Announcement of August 20 grassroots local community meeting on 9 August 2012 in 2220 Kingsway #3.
  A first effort at analysis seeks things to like on 17 August 2012 in 4½ Reasons.
  Discrepant open house representations are documented on 19 August 2012 in Does Not Equal.
  Lack of timely yellow information sign is discussed on 21 August 2012 in Soon?
  Disregard for Norquay Plan statements on open public space and variation in building heights is
    outlined on 26 August 2012 in Graphic.
  How the 2220 Kingsway development proposal fails to accord with explicit policy in the Norquay Plan
    is explored on 27 August 2012 in Disrespecting the Norquay Plan.
  Announcement posted on 6 Sept 2012 for second local community meeting in Second Community Meeting.
  News of open house scheduled for 20 Sept 2012 posted on 7 Sept 2012 in 2220 Open House.
  On-site signage for the development permit application reported on 10 Sept 2012 in 3 Months vs 2 Weeks.
  For Lease on 17 Sept 2012 explores the implications of a new sign advertising availability of the site.
  No Notification on 2 Oct 2012 questions the adequacy of the distribution of open house notification.
  Stealth Remediation? on 6 Nov 2012 documents questionable activity at the 2220 Kingsway site.
  2220 Kingsway Amenities on 5 Apr 2013 details CAC/DCL problems in rezoning.
  Walled-Off Compound on 7 Apr 2013 highlights major disrespects of Norquay Plan.
  Not in the Plan on 11 Apr 2013 shows how the Norquay Plan flips so easily to desire and memory.
  Skipping a Step on 11 Sept 2013 provides City of Vancouver confirmation that 2220 Kingsway will see
    no review at Development Permit Board.
  Conditions on 17 Sept 2013 comments on the “conditions” specified for development at 2220 Kingsway.
  Plundered Plaza on 23 Nov 2013 describes developer abuse of the Norquay Plan intention.
  404 = 428 on 17 Feb 2014 accounts for stealthy dwelling unit increase.
  Marketing of 2220 Kingsway on 23 Feb 2014 sets February 8 “South Tower Release Event” in context.
  Grit & Glitz on 11 August 2014 reports Norquay public realm neglect.
  Half-Sold after Ten Months on 18 October 2014 comments on new 2220 Kingsway marketing.
  Worst for Last on 20 October 2014 reviews 2220 Kingsway sales brochure keyed to October 25
    marketing event.

 
 
 
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Written by eyeonnorquay

26 June 2012 at 5:08 pm