825 Fort Street is a 10-storey rental tower with a retail component along the 800-block of Fort Street in downtown Victoria.
The project will feature a façade retention of a heritage building on the property. Homes offer a mix of high-ceiling, heritage-based suites and tower apartments with great views. A large common roof-top deck will be included, as will in-building parking.
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The project's retail spaces are situated primarily on the ground floor, with a portion on the second floor at the west side of the building.
Deconstruction of one of the low-rise buildings is underway, so this project is now moving forward to the construction phase...
And only 4.5 years since it was first proposed. :blink:
Looks like someone hasn't taken the garbage out in quite a while. ;)
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The 10-storey proposal will include a mix of rental apartments, ground floor retail space and retain the street presence of two heritage buildings.
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