Tresah West is a 12-storey, 179-suite condominium project situated between the 600-blocks of Speed and Frances avenues in the City of Victoria's Mayfair District, a burgeoning area of the Burnside-Gorge neighbourhood.
The tower will be constructed of mass timber technology utilizing cross-laminated and glue-laminated timber.
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... is something about to be revealed with regard to the Loblaws land?...
I believe the first Safeway/IKEA/bowling alley will be built here.
The article mentions a transformation of the Starbucks property. What's happening there? I haven't heard anything about that.
And is something about to be revealed with regard to the Loblaws land? I don't know if I would call sitting on vacant land with no formal plans released to public for 10 years an "ambitious plan".
Either way, good to see lots of changed for this area.
As in, it became a Starbucks :)
Starting at $289k is pretty reasonable
Feedback on the PHOTO OP posted on Citified the other day.
What a complete disappointment the LEADERSHIP group exhibited. Mayor Helps should have insisted that all the dignitaries either mask up or she wouldn't take part in the event. People in leadership roles need to be EXAMPLES of what everyone needs to be doing.
Developer Edward Geric is the first Ten on the 10th participant of 2021.
Mass timber construction, the Mayfair District and junior hockey Q&A with Edward Geric of Mike Geric Construction
Nearly 250-suite Tresah project will deliver a state-of-the-art mass timber residentiail building to the Mayfair District.
North Douglas Street's transformation into high density residential corridor begins with mass timber-built Tresah condos
Capital's busiest thoroughfare's densification will turn light industry area into...
Enviro-friendly mass timber technology to deliver more housing, faster and for less as industry works on solving housing crunch
Victoria's first mass timber condominium project will rise to 12-storeys opposite Mayfair Shopping Centre.
Woodframed buildings in British Columbia will be eligible to rise as tall as 12-storeys following changes to the provincial building code.