Light industrial strata project planned for Langford
The Capital city Housing society of the region (CRHC) is building an affordable, single-occupant, family-friendly seniors development at Tri-Way Mobile Home Park, across from a recently occupied affordable housing project. Designed for 58 units in studio, one and two bedroom configurations, the $ 20 million five-story complex is underway at 2782 Spencer Road and completion is slated for next year. The homes will be “sized and designed to meet the needs of the elderly,” according to the HRCC, and rents will be targeted to low to moderate income individuals with 11 units available at provincial income assistance rates.
The picturesque lake of Florence at the foot of Bear mountain station is part of an upcoming lake-view condominium and townhouse project from developer Aquila Pacific.
Scheduled as a two-building luxury presale, the 130-suite offering – built over six floors along Bear Mountain Parkway and known as The Lookout – will kick off sales this fall with a mix of condominium units from ‘one and two bedroom den options, as well as two and three bedroom ground-facing townhouses. Completion is scheduled for 2023.
Seven acre light industrial strata project is slated to launch this winter at 830 McCallum Road as developer Urban PC announces its second investment in the booming industrial market of the West Shore.
The Vancouver-based company has unveiled plans to build ‘IntraUrban Cornerstone’ as three 50-unit buildings that it says will become the largest light industrial strata development in Langford, with an estimated completion window early in this year. 2023.
Developer Victoria Abstract unveils a new concept of presentation center that will merge its exhibition halls into one place. Known as the “Home Store,” Abstract opened the space on Nov. 12 at 3198 Douglas Street in Saanich while unveiling its upcoming 77-suite Cadence condominium project on Quadra Street in Palmer Road.
A $ 65 million Amazon distribution center adjacent to Victoria International Airport is currently under construction with completion scheduled for late 2022.
Known as a ‘last mile’ sorting and shipping facility, the 115,000 square foot warehouse on Beacon Avenue West in Galaran Road will streamline the online shopping giant’s delivery services to the Greater Victoria and Victoria markets. Vancouver Island.
Capital of the merchant house obtained approvals for a 20-story, 128-room AirBnB-style hotel on Fort Street in Blanshard Street on the current site of a Monk office supply store and adjacent retail building. The project will also include a restoration of the Montrose Apartments which stretch on Blanshard Street just north of Fort Street to View Street.
A six-year continuation of development along block 1100 of Burdett Avenue has won support from Victoria City Council as a five-story, 42-unit rental block is expected to be under construction early next year. The project will include studios and rental units of one, two and three bedrooms as well as large rooftop terraces to accommodate growing families. The building will also include secure, ground-level bicycle parking suitable for cargo bikes, and underground parking with a capacity of 40 vehicles as well as a dog washing station.
Surface parking lot in James Bay could be transformed into a high rise residential tower, townhouses and retail space as part of a redevelopment proposal from the developer Mike Géric Construction.
Development plans call for a 17-story condominium tower rising up on Quebec and Montreal streets, with a daycare center facing Quebec street and townhouses along Kingston street. Total residential density will exceed 110 suites, ten of which are reserved for multi-story townhouses. Commercial space will exceed 7,000 square feet, including the daycare, with retail units at the base of the tower.
Updated redevelopment plans for the 900 blocks of Yates and View streets and the Harris Car dealership facing 1045 Yates Street will be holding a public hearing this fall.
Last summer, Victoria councilors voted in favor of several changes to a mixed-use residential and commercial proposal for Starlight Developments, nicknamed Harris Green Village. If approved, Harris Green Village will contain approximately 1,500 rental apartments spread across five high-rise towers of up to 32 stories, with 100,000 square feet of retail space within a block and a half of downtown from Victoria.
The main changes Starlight introduced in light of the council’s summer demands include a redesigned public plaza, 10,000 square foot municipal event space, 80 rental units below the market, and a daycare in the first phase (on auto lots). de Harris).
Victoria’s council voted to send the concept to a public hearing. No date has been set at the time of this update.
Mike Kozakowski is with Citified Media and can be contacted at [email protected]