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.
No worries, I can tell you're out of sorts because of how you misspelled "rough". I hope the mods don't go into attack mode because of that typo. Don't be surprised if they put you in the doghouse (although I have to say, their bark can be worse than their bite).
although I have to say, their bark can be worse than their bite
By which I mean to say, it's rare for them to turn the hoses on us.*
*giving up on the dogs angle, now switching to the fire hall theme exclusively
Crane assembly begins :)
Forgot to check previous posts, looks like this already happened!
The crane appears to be nearly complete.
11-storey mixed-use complex will include a state-of-the-art fire hall, affordable rental apartments and office space.
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