A Haultain Corners mixed-use commercial and residential landmark could undergo significant changes as part of a building expansion and modernization effort, Citified has learned.
Development plans submitted to the City of Victoria by Alan Lowe Architect depict an increase to 1501 Haultain Street's two-storey height by a single level and an expansion of the building's footprint to the west.
The changes to the building, dubbed Haultain Place, will yield a duo of two-bedroom apartments on the third floor and a two-storey, three-bedroom suite spanning the second and third floors. Two modernized two-bedroom apartments will also be situated on the second floor. Residential layouts will range between 818 and 1,160 square feet.
The ground level will include a 1,494 square foot office space with frontage onto Belmont Avenue and Haultain Street plus a 327 square foot yoga studio with frontage onto Haultain Street.
Provided municipal approvals are received later this year, construction could get underway by late 2018 or mid-2019.
Haultain Corners is a commercial node at Haultain Street and Belmont Avenue straddling the borders of Victoria's Fernwood neighbourhood to the south and the Oaklands neighbourhood to the north. C
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