112 Moray

HERITAGE REVITALIZATION MEETS FAMILY-ORIENTED TOWNHOMES

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112 Moray in a nutshell

  • Revitalizes a deteriorating heritage building

  • Diffuses density from St. Johns Street

  • 29 stunning townhouse units

  • 8 of the proposed units are fitted with specially designed flex spaces for home-based businesses

  • 2,450 SF communal park

  • 29 new trees to be planted

  • Lock-off suites in several units

  • A 5 minute walk to Inlet Centre SkyTrain Station

  • Uses native tree and plant species

  • Rooftop patios in half of the proposed units

Revitalizing an Important Heritage Site
Our 112 Moray project is invested in revitalizing an important heritage building in Port Moody—the Nielsen Residence— to a renewed and enjoyable state. Furthermore, we are relocating the building to front onto Moray Street. A focally located Nielsen Residence will reinforce Port Moody arts, culture and history through heritage.

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Business Flex Spaces
"Home Occupation Type C" units will give Port Moody home-based businesses the perfect space to thrive

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Gentle Densification
With high-density development incoming along St. Johns street, our townhouse development at 112 Moray will gently transition between apartment housing and single family homes.

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