1025 Johnson Street is a proposal to build an 12-storey mixed-use affordable rental tower along the 1000-block of Johnson Street in downtown Victoria's Harris Green neighbourhood. The building will be the first phase of the Johnson|Cook|Yates multi-phased development.
The ground floor's Johnson Street frontage will include a state-of-the-art replacement for the City of Victoria's No. 1 firehall and a two-bay rest-ready ambulance station. An emergency communications centre, crew quarters and an office component will occupy levels two and three.
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An office component will be situated on the third level of the building.
Too bad Mike K. can't find the time to get off his duff and snap a few pics around town.
I'm just saying the amount of clear glass is actually less than it might seem to a casual* observer. And I'm wondering what the deal is with the wood framing behind some of the clear glass. If shelving or other obstructions go up behind the clear glass then I'll classify that as some hardcore Victoria-style craziness.
*VV forumers tend to dress up when they go scrutinize a construction site
11-storey mixed-use complex will include a state-of-the-art fire hall, affordable rental apartments and office space.
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