1100 Yates Street is a proposal to build a 12-storey condominium tower with ground and second floor commercial space at the corner of Yates and Cook streets along the border of Victoria's Harris Green and Fernwood neighbourhoods.
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Yikes. And how about all of those phantom buildings in the aerial views? Every car lot redeveloped.
Maybe I'm being too hard on the shorter building. Straightforward projects have their place in the mix. Also, the space running down the middle of everything actually seems like it could work.
...Maybe I'm being too hard on the shorter building. Straightforward projects have their place in the mix...
The smaller building could use some tweaking.
Abstract's proposed 6-storey building on Quadra and Palmer would be the perfect replacement for that low-rise building.
Does this mean the BC Housing component is no longer available, as per the earlier proposal that included an eight-storey BC Housing-backed affordable condominium?
The attainable condo building is no longer part of the proposal.
Details of the revisions can be found here: https://tender.victoria.ca/tempestprod/ourcity/Prospero/FileDownload.aspx?fileId=03DF0E64-651F-44F4-8824-40DEAF358267&folderId=87725C181214090953974200
This project has been significantly changed per several documents uploaded to dev tracker yesterday. In addition to the design changes (see images below), there are no more rentals included in the project. The 12-storey tower will have 113 units whilst the 6-storey tower will now offer 104 units of *affordable ownership condos* (i.e. the entire building has become affordable ownership, similar to Vivid at the Yates). Thus, almost half of the 217 units proposed are targeted for affordable, and about a third of the units in the affordable ownership building (a partnership with BC Housing) will have two bedrooms.
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Condominiums, rental apartments and a restoration of the Victoria Professional Building on Yates Street at Cook Street are part of a significant real-estate play unveiled by Chard Development.