The Wade is a two-building, 102-unit mixed-use condominium and ground floor commercial development spanning the east side of the 1400-block of Cook Street between Johnson Street and Pandora Avenue.
The 1950's-era Medical Arts Building, situated at Pandora Avenue and Cook Street, will be restored and transformed into a residential building.
A new-build, four-storey concrete lowrise will be situated at Cook and Johnson streets.
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Studios: 367-395 square feet available in one layout with slight deviations.
Junior one-bedroom: 401-514 square feet available in two layouts.
One-bedroom: 407 square feet available in one layout.
Junior two-bedroom: 528-733 square feet available in eight layouts.
Two-bedroom: 714-828 square feet available in four layouts.
Two-bedroom + den: 819-894 square feet available in three layouts.
Modern roller shades with integrated valance on all exterior windows.
Approximately 24,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space will front onto Johnson Street, Cook Street and Pandora Avenue.
Yup spring 2020 would we an achievement at this point. I’m thinking summer like Kevin.
Glad mike is now convinced.
I don’t think they will stagger, can make for a lot of problems from what I’ve seen. They will just keep pushing occupancy date.
At this point I’ve seen 30 story condos built in van and complete before this will be. They might set a record with this one lol
I have communicated with the developers (both David and Max) on multiple occasions and must say that they have always been very amenable and forthcoming in providing updates. I suppose it would be nice if they were proactive in supplying these updates rather than reactive, but I don't have any issues with that. Their intention with the newest update is to set the best (start of November) and worst (end of January) case scenarios for delivery. As MarkoJ states above, it is in the best interest of the developers to deliver as soon as possible and they gain no benefit by delaying construction. They have every realistic intention to have occupancy before the end of the year and have made arrangements with the trades to reflect this. Personally, as long as I get a two-month notice of when occupancy will happen, I am happy.
The Holmes chap gets burned by the developer who won't give him assignment rights. Vendetta time. Project is longest construction sit ein history completion is delayed 4eva bla bla bla bla lol lol lol.
What kind of an idiot craps all over a project then whines he can't get an assignment then craps all over a project some more. What are schools teaching nowadays how to self destruct your investments? lol x 6. I've sat here quietly for months observing the complaining and I'm calling a spade a spade.
This is all true lol. When the developer refuses to pay realtor com and then denies assignment consent because they didn’t want to pay I’ll shit all over the project cause it’s bad business and would never buy from them again (and had clients interested in west bay and convinced them to buy elsewhere). At this point until they allow me to assign on a project that will be delivered 2 years late, I’ll continue to call out this project for what it is, a mismanaged over budget, behind schedule debauchery. That’s why I only build rental so I don’t have to deal with folks like me lol.
Let me assign!!!!!!
June 30th, 2019
So the extension on the old building Pandora and the third floor on the north east extension still need to be poured.
I wonder how much the developer saved by making use of the old building's structure. Or would it have been cheaper if they had torn it down? Was a promise to use the old building part of what made their development approvable? Any thoughts?
Save-On-Foods, 600 upcoming residences set new course for North Park's and Harris Green's Pandora Avenue
Downtown Victoria's Pandora Avenue corridor is slated for big changes as developers focus in along the under-developed thoroughfare.
Location, a healthy living mantra and unique buyer incentives propel mixed-used Harris Green condominium development to sold-out status.
Approximately 1,500-units of condominiums and purpose-built rental apartments will receive occupancy status over the next two years.