University Heights, building A is proposal for a six-storey mixed-use rental and retail complex at Cedar Hill Road and McKenzie Avenue in Saanich. The building is part of a redevelopment of the southern half of University Heights Shopping Centre bordered by McKenzie Avenue, Cedar Hill Road and Shelbourne Street.
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i did some more digging on what's going on with this redevelopment and it looks like it's on pause and it could take another YEAR of consultation to decide what to do cause of home depot.
I had a feeling it was on pause cause i saw a save on foods staff member say they were training a new employee. i mean you wouldn't hire more people if the place was going to shut down and now they plan on leasing out he old landmark cinemas place for training sessions on a short term basis.
this is sad considering a lot of places are already gone, including gauntlet games which looks like one of the more popular places
This project is re-launching with plans for almost 600 units. Home Depot will be retained and will expand by 10,000 sq feet.
Mods: can this project be changed back to 'active'?
That's a very nice looking project!
This will be a big shot in the arm to the McKenzie/Shelbourne "village".
I grew up not far away on a small farm on Feltham Rd, and this corner has come a very long way from the fields, ditches, and greenhouses of Ruby Road, and of my youth :)
Six-storey proposal is envisioned for the site of McKenzie Professional Centre immediately south of University Heights Shopping Centre.
Saanich's J.J. Morgan Restaurant to close after decades in business as University Heights redev nears
A staple of Victoria's dining industry on Cedar Hill Road at McKenzie Avenue will close April 30th.
A large-scale mixed-use modernization of a Saanich shopping plaza on McKenzie Avenue at Shelbourne Street is on the back burner.
Over 350 residences and some 180,000 square feet of commercial space are planned to modernize the aging Saanich shopping complex.
Over 350 residences and nearly 200,000 square feet of commercial space will transform a significant portion of the Saanich mall.