SOMA on Cambie, designed by GBL Architects, is now complete at West 62nd and Cambie.

The six-storey, 32-unit mid-rise condo is a stand-out on the Cambie Corridor with an exterior of dark brick masonry, with a subtle sheen that shifts throughout the day.

The dark brick is offset by box-like frames around the windows protruding from the façade, offering solar shading. The building was designed to LEED Gold standards, and a low window-to-wall ratio, with the use of continuous insulation helps reduce heat loss.

19 of the 32 units were designed for families with children (two-bedroom or larger).

Photos: SOMA on Cambie

Lobby entrance. Credit: Upper Left Photography
SOMA Cambie exterior
West 62nd frontage. Credit: Upper Left Photography
Patio space
Patio space looking southeast. Credit: Upper Left Photography
SOMA Cambie exterior
West 62nd frontage. Credit: Upper Left Photography
Interior photo
Photo of island and living area. Credit: Upper Left Photography
SOMA Cambie exterior
Terraced landscaping with integrated bench seating. Credit: Upper Left Photography

Cambie Corridor redevelopment continues at blistering pace

SOMA on Cambie is one of many low-rise condominium developments that are remaking the face of the Cambie Corridor. The City of Vancouver’s Cambie Corridor Plan has sparked a land rush along the street and surrounding blocks, with developers acquiring single-family homes and assembling sites for condo developments.

The largest redevelopment project in the area is Westbank and QuadReal’s reimagining of Oakridge Centre into a mixed-use commercial, residential and office development. There are also several more tower proposals in the works in the blocks surrounding Oakridge currently in the rezoning and development phases.

View of Buildings 13 and 14 from The Commons looking West
View of Buildings 13 and 14 from The Commons at Oakridge, looking West. Credit: Henriquez Partners Architects


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