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Any updates on this project?
Does anyone know why there is no work being done on the Northern Junk property? I thought they had all their approvals.
If the developer waits long enough, the stability of the existing structures will be so poor they won't be salvageable and the project can proceed without the expense of their restoration.
But then you're back to square one all over again (all over again).
It would take about 5 minutes for even a second-rate architect to re-envision this project without the heritage structures. Throw in a few bus passes and promise no parking and the current council will rubber stamp the changes. Heritage preservation isn't important through the "climate change lens".
Northern Junk development approved by Victoria council after 11-years of municipal wrangling
A 47-unit rental project on lands adjacent to downtown's Johnson Street Bridge will proceed to construction.
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Jon Stovell discusses Reliance Properties' two million square feet of local development potential.
11-years since first Northern Junk proposal emerged, Reliance Properties readies for public hearing
Proponents anticipate the City of Victoria to decide on the project's fate later this year.
Decade-long pursuit of approvals yields another revision for Northern Junk rental proposal
Reliance Properties heads before Committee of the Whole to seek public hearing support from council.
Victoria council approves affordable condo and rental devs, but sends Northern Junk project back to drawing board
Over 200-units of housing were approved by the City as Northern Junk proposal enters second decade of planning.
Developer behind Janion Hotel restoration and Northern Junk proposal receives national honour
Jon Stovell of Reliance Properties has been awarded a 2019 Governors' Award by the...
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