989 Johnson is a 206-unit, two-tower 15- and 17-storey condominium complex with a six-storey podium. Ground floor commercial spaces envelops the entire property and two live-work units are situated south of the 15-storey tower.
Three levels of underground parking are be accessible through a common entrance between both towers. An internal landscaped courtyard is provided for residents.
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8,978 square feet of ground floor commercial space envelopes the length of the building along Johnson and Vancouver streets.
Just you weight, the mods will fly into this thread full of 'roid rage any minute now.
FORGE has leased all the commercial spaces at 989. They said on their Instagram account they expect to open the gym in December. It will be awesome to see some additional life and vibrancy in the area!
The BP folders for this are strange... the BP for units 104-105 specifically states it's for Forge Gym, but the BP for units 101-103 says its for a new spa.
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Sales at the two tower, 17 and 15-storey mixed-use condo project with ground floor retail space begin this September.
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