The Janion development includes the full heritage restoration of the historic Janion Hotel, built in 1891, and a new-build seven storey concrete extension fronting onto the Upper Harbour.
Developer Reliance Properties introduced Victoria's first purpose-built micro-loft development at The Janion and reached a near sell-out on the first day of pre-sales.
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Commercial spaces front onto Pandora Avenue and Store Street.
Cheers to that.
A coworker of mine who's a relative of the owner of Cafe 1891 said that the plans are to dedicate a good chunk of the plaza to outdoor seating in peak season. I could see this ending up as a very dynamic public space once the remaining storefront in the Janion fills in and once the bridge underpass and Pearl Residences portions of the DF Walkway open up.
...I could see this ending up as a very dynamic public space once the remaining storefront in the Janion fills in and once the bridge underpass and Pearl Residences portions of the DF Walkway open up.
Imagine how dynamic this area will be in a generation or two when the Northern Junk project finally gets approved.
Is the space adjacent to the candy shop (I think Tout de Sweet) occupied now then if only the waterfront space is left?
There's a building permit in for Edward Jones. Can't confirm it's the waterfront space, the address on the permit is 1610 Store Street and the purpose is to "create new commercial space."
I sure as hell hope that's not the waterfront space, but I don't see any other retail units, or where "new commercial space" could be created. That would be a waste of a prime spot.
Once an unfortunate example of urban decay, the restored Janion Hotel is now viewed as a driver of Chinatown's renewal.