Seeking member feedback on 4165-4195 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
MST Development Corporation is proposing a residential development at 4165-4195 Marine Drive in West Vancouver. The proposed project includes three three-storey townhouse buildings, and is part of the West Vancouver District preliminary development application process.
From February 28 to March 31, MST Development is seeking feedback from Musqueam members on a refined vision for the Marine Drive Lands.
Normally, this engagement phase is done in person. Because of the pandemic, the project team decided instead to publish a discussion guide for members to learn more about this property. There is an accompanying online feedback form that asks you to provide your input on the proposed plans.
Members who complete the feedback form and provide contact information are entered into a draw to win a Visa gift card:
- $500 (1 prize)
- $250 (2 prizes)
- $100 (5 prizes)
> Read the Marine Drive Lands discussion guide <
Complete the feedback form for a chance to win up to $500!
To enter the draw, feedback forms must be received by Thursday, March 31, 2022.
Marine Drive Lands
Located within the Cypress Park neighbourhood, 4165-4195 Marine Drive (Marine Drive Lands) encompasses three lots with a total site area of 5.05-acres. The site has considerable slope along Burkehill Road and the northeast area of the site with a relatively flat area along Marine Drive extending north into the site.
In 2014, the MST Partnership (a partnership of the Musqueam Indian Band, Squamish First Nation, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nation) entered into an historic partnership with Canada Lands Company (CLC) establishing equal ownership interest in the Marine Drive Lands. On December 14, 2018, CLC and the MST Partnership signed an agreement providing the MST Partnership 100% ownership of this site.
4165-4195 Marine Drive will be the first project MST develops without a development partner. Redevelopment of this site will provide an opportunity for MST to express their deep connection to the land while bringing forward new opportunities for prosperity for future generations. The stories, ideas and ways of being of the MST provide a cultural foundation that will be embedded in the planning and design of the lands.
For more information on the 4165-4195 Marine Drive project, please visit mstdevelopment.ca/marine-drive.