Pacific House is a proposal for a mixed-use condominium and ground floor commercial tower along Esquimalt Road at Head Street in the community of Esquimalt.
The building's original design envisioned a rise 12-storeys above Esquimalt Road and 15-storeys from its southern-most portion along Wollaston Street. A October, 2019 revision shortnered the height to nine-storeys from the Esquimalt Road frontage and 12-storeys as viewed from Wallaston Street.
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Three townhomes will be situated along the southern edge of the project with frontage towards Wollaston Street.
Two commercial units will front onto Esquimalt Road.
Wow, that's not what I expected. The earlier proposal had 54 condos and three townhomes. I assume the current count is 66 condos and three townhomes.
Esquimalt town council approved this project after a public hearing last night. The total number of units was reduced to 66 and a requirement introduced to assure the medical facility would be for primary care.
A 66-unit condominum with a ground floor commercial space has been approved for 899 Esquimalt Road.
Following the closure of an Esquimalt medical clinic in 2018, a new urgent care medical facility has been proposed for Esquimalt Rad at Head Street.
A 70-unit residential tower has been proposed at a key intersection in the community of Esquimalt.