The Apex Site property on Douglas Street at Humboldt Street in downtown Victoria, also known as the 'Budget Lot,' is the focus of a redevelopment effort known as TELUS Ocean, an innovation and employment hub for 250 TELUS employees, ground level retail space, and six levels of leasable office space.
The City of Victoria-owned Apex Site property was the subject of an early 2017 bidding process between six proponents. The City of Victoria opted to proceed with a development planning process and a land sale that ultimately saw partners Aryze Developments and TELUS co-operate on the TELUS Ocean concept.
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Deep holes makes for great neighbours.
This building is going to impact the "Humboldt Valley" view from the back corner of the museum grounds. How do I launch a formal complaint?
Well this forum certainly seems like the complaints department ... so much negativity from the armchair architects !!!
I've known a few professional complainers. I'll take VV's armchair complainers any day of the week.
98-unit rental building, proposed in partnership with Aryze Developments, would also serve as a TELUS network facility.
Nearly 350,000 square feet of modern office space could be added to downtown Victoria over several years.
Environmentally-leading office tower will go before council on December 9th.
Capital's most environmentally-forward construction project, ever, is envisioned as "an iconic building for an iconic site."
53 meter tall, 155,000 square foot innovation centre proposed as landmark for Victoria's south downtown.
City of Victoria, TELUS & Aryze Developments reveal plans for office tower on Apex Site at Douglas and Humboldt streets
TELUS Ocean will be an innovation hub and employment centre for 250 of the communication giant's employees.
National Car Rental unveils development plans for new rental lot as its Douglas and Humboldt streets site nears redevelopment by TELUS and Jawl Properties.
The Canadian communications giant and Victoria's most prolific office space developer have reportedly partnered to erect a tower at Douglas and Humboldt streets.
One of six bids submitted to redevelop the City-owned Apex Site has been revealed, although the alleged winner has not been formally named.
Seeking to expand its real-estate and marketing presence in western Canada, TELUS has embarked on a major development strategy that will eventually include Victoria.