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The Duck's Building development was originally envisioned as a 108-unit condominium and ground floor retail project along the 1300-block of Broad Street and a portion of the 600-block of Johnson Street.
The project also included a seven-storey, 59-unit purpose-built rental building earmarked for graduate students at the University of Victoria. The rental building was to have been situated to the south of the Duck's Building.
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Good work, Jackerbie!
DRA won't support this no matter what if it is outside the OCP. You propose the Empress and it wouldn't matter. They have dug in their heels on two proposals based on this so even if they liked the proposal they are stuck with turning it down.
They have dug in their heals...
It makes me sick when they do that.
Haha okay fixed it.
A thread has been created for the shift from a residential proposal to a hotel proposal. This thread can be accessed here.
Victoria council will decide fate of what may become downtown's first hotel in two decades at a Sept. 23 public hearing.
137-room hotel will span across three properties, including two heritage buildings at 1312 Broad Street and 615 Johnson Street.
A nearly 170-unit condominium and rental project along the 1300-block of Broad Street is shifting gears in pursuit of approvals as a hotel.
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59-units of rental apartments and 108-units of condominiums have been proposed as part of a development along the 1300-block of Broad Street.
Over 150-units of housing and commercial space are envisioned for two heritage properties and a surface parking lot in Victoria's Old Town district.