Artist's rendering of Danbrook One, an 11-storey, 90-unit purpose-built rental complex rising in the 2700-block of Claude Road in downtown Langford. When completed, the mixed-use residential and ground floor commercial building will stand as the tallest structure in Langford's downtown core. DB Services
Construction starts on downtown Langford's tallest building
Published July 18, 2017
Construction has begun on downtown Langford’s future tallest building.
Rising in the 2700-block of Claude Road near Goldstream Avenue, the 11-storey Danbrook One tower will deliver 90-units of rental apartments to the Westshore’s commercial core together with a single level of ground floor retail space.
Tenant move-ins are anticipated by early 2019.
Designed and developed by Langford-based DB Services, Danbrook One will stand several floors above downtown Langford’s current tallest building, the seven-storey Reflections mixed-use condominium residence with ground floor retail space (located at Veterans Memorial Parkway and Hoffman Avenue).
However, the title of the Westshore’s tallest building will remain with the 11-storey Finlayson Reach condominium residence in Bear Mountain’s central village. Although both Danbrook One and Finlayson Reach number 11-storeys, the latter tower’s design affords a taller structure.
In recent years Langford-based DB Services has designed and built several multi-unit rental buildings in Langford’s downtown core totalling over 100 homes. The company is currently overseeing the construction of over 200-units of rental apartments in downtown Langford that include the 60-unit Railside House
near D’Arcy’s Pub on Goldstream Avenue, the 63-unit Peatt Commons, phase one
, on Peatt Road at Hockley Avenue, and Danbrook One. C
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