Landmark Building is an eight-storey, 60-unit condominium building planned for the 400-block of Goldstream Avenue in the municipality of Colwood on Victoria's West Shore.
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Looks like you were right.
It seems doubtful that the 2 sections of Whitehead Place (what an awful name) will ever be joined. The western portion should probably be renamed. I'd suggest Kristina Court - or if Colwood is in a Kardashian mood, Kristina Kourt.
Almost 5 years later, they still haven't moved the dairy. How slow can you go.
by Joel Tansey - Goldstream News Gazette
Colwood, West Shore posted Nov 12, 2016 at 10:00 AM
The oldest building on the West Shore – and one of the oldest on Vancouver Island – will be getting a second life at a new location.
The Colwood Dairy and Cheese House, the first dairy on the Island, was built in 1852 by the Hudson’s Bay Company and has enjoyed a variety of purposes throughout its 164 years. The building, which sits roughly in the 400 block of Goldstream Avenue was originally constructed as part of the Esquimalt farm, which was a key producer of various products for Fort Victoria, including cheese, milk and butter.
So......5.4 years later, they are looking at going bigger.
"The $80 million 468 Landmark includes 195 one to three bedroom condos in three buildings, one eight storey concrete and the others six storey wood frame."
Full story available at Goldstream Gazette "E" edition. Page 18.
So......5.4 years later, they are looking at going bigger...
Given enough time, this will eventually be the largest building in the CRD that never gets built.
A sizable volume of purpose-built rental apartments, condominiums and commercial spaces are slated for the high-profile node in the City of Colwood.