The E&N Building is a 25-storey condominium proposal for 200-block Kimta Road as part of the Roundhouse development in the City of Victoria's Vic West neighbourhood.
At approximately 80 meters tall, the tower will stand as Victoria's and Vancouver Island's second tallest building.
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^you were expecting class and sophistication from a tower in Victoria????? I had a good chuckle at that, but this isn't New York, etc!
The project was initially expected (according to my correspondence with the project team) to proceed this year, but I don't think that'll be the case. With a 2020 start completion would likely occur in 2023.
Any news on where this project is at?
Presentation is on.
I noticed these signs are posted all over the site now.
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