Uptown Shopping Centre's final phase of construction is proposed as a residential highrise with retail spaces, at Carey Road and Ravine Way in the District of Saanich within Victoria's urban core.
Note: the tower's design is undergoing changes to its 2016 approved design to conforn to higher densities and building heights envisioned by the District of Saanich as part of the Uptown-Douglas Plan. The data and details contained within this profile are subject to change.
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The 2016 design envisioned 55,510 square feet of commercial space across two levels.
I guess we can also believe that none of the 500 or so tenants will have cars.
You would think that someone would have said that given the plan is to add a dozen 24 story building in the area, maybe we should not be narrowing Douglas St!
Are we narrowing Douglas Street?
This would be a great place to live, on the South or East side of the building, and on a high floor.
That entire area between Uptown and what was the school on Carey is on the crest of quite a large hill, and has spectacular views to the Olympics and the Sooke Hills.
Very quick access to the Westshore, the airport, or downtown Victoria as well.
Here yall go, probably out of order
Proposal for Uptown's fourth phase of construction has changed following Saanich's nod to higher residential densities.
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The addition of support pillars in a section of parking at the busy mall raised eyebrows over the weekend, but there's no need to worry, mall management says.
Premium Label Outlet, similar in concept to Winners and Designer Shoe Warehouse stores, is opening a location in Saanich this fall.
The last phase of Uptown Shopping Centre, consisting of a residential tower and retail space, has been approved by Saanich council.
An 11-storey rental tower with over 55,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space is planned as the shopping centre's last phase.
Motorists heading northbound along the Trans Canada Highway will soon gain direct access to Carey Road and Uptown Shopping Centre's Whole Foods grocery store.
Uptown developer has submitted updated information regarding the shopping centre's residential component.
Some 100 apartments above a ground floor of commercial space are planned as the shopping centre's fourth phase.