Cambie & 49th by Gryphon Development – Prices, Plans, Availability

At a Glance

  • located at Cambie & 49th
  • 10-storey mixed-use building
  • 127 strata residences
  • 10,688 sq ft of retail space
  • 27,286 sq ft of office space
  • 37-space childcare facility
  • across the street from Langara-49th Avenue Station
  • steps from Langara Family YMCA
  • walking distance to Langara College
  • near Oakridge Centre shopping

Perspective of Cambie & 49th mixed-use building as viewed from the lane.

Gryphon Proposes Mixed-Use Development with Daycare for 49th & Cambie

Gryphon Development and Acton Ostry Architects have applied to the City of Vancouver to redevelop four duplexes, from 6409-6487 Cambie Street, into a 10-storey mixed-use building over two levels of underground parking. In addition to 115 condominiums, they have proposed to include 12 live-work townhomes, over 10,000 sq ft of ground floor retail space, two floors of office space, and a 37-space daycare.

Floor Plans for Cambie & 49th
Gryphon has proposed 127 strata homes, ranging in size from 448 – 1,375 sq ft, with the following unit mix:

  • 21 x studios
  • 36 x 1-bedroom
  • 53 x 2-bedroom
  • 5 x 3-bedroom
  • 12 x 3-bedroom live-work townhomes

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Amenities at Cambie & 49th
Residents will enjoy shared use of a large roof deck with an adjoining multi-purpose room. Large planters at the centre help subdivide the space into smaller, more intimate elements. Two large urban agriculture zones will be provided, as well as a large outdoor kitchen, an eating area, a fire pit lounge, and some small outdoor games and exercise areas.

Street level detail at the corner of 49th & Cambie.

A generous street frontage, along both Cambie and 49th Avenue, has been designed to provide a series of linear open spaces for eating, bike racks, and cafe tables. The lane-oriented live-work townhomes are arranged in two rows separated by a courtyard flanked by private patios with privacy planters. The six western-most townhomes also have roof decks that are large enough to accommodate barbeques, seating, and an ornamental tree.

Detail of the 49th Avenue commercial frontage and 2nd floor childcare outdoor play area.

A daycare will be located at the southeast corner of the second floor with separate spaces for both preschoolers and toddlers, office/staff rooms, and a shared kitchen. A large adjoining outdoor play area will be also be divided into toddler and preschool spaces by large, undulating planters supporting a range of edible and native plants. Each space will offer seating, small climbing structures, loose toys, sand, and slightly elevated stages for creative expression.

Parking and Storage
A two-level underground parkade will provide space for 306 bicycles and 163 vehicles, including 58 retail/office, 8 accessible, 6 visitor, and 6 childcare stalls. All residential and 6 commercial stalls will be EV-ready. At grade will be short-term racks for 19 bicycles and 3 loading bays located off the lane.

Maintenance Fees at Cambie & 49th

Gryphon Development's mixed-use development as seen from the southeast corner of West 49th Avenue and Cambie Street.

Developer Team for Cambie & 49th
Gryphon Development is a new Vancouver property developer whose Taiwanese founder, Jin Ray, has a deep appreciation and passion for art and culture. In the hands of masters, home is a work of art. Beauty and creativity enrich your spirit. Details entice your senses. Craftsmanship leaves you transfixed. Gryphon believes where you live inspires how you live. That’s why life in a Gryphon home is nothing short of an art form.

Acton Ostry Architects is a leading Canadian design practice recognized for the creation of eloquent and innovative community, public institutional, mixed-use residential, and tall wood buildings. Since their inception in 1992, AOA has continually demonstrated a commitment to the making of architecture that responds sensitively to social, historical, and environmental concerns. Their design approach incorporates new technologies and materials that contribute to the realization of buildings rooted in a considered, modernist idiom.

Expected Completion for Cambie & 49th


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