An artist's rendering of 1906-1912 Duchess Street, a five-storey, 32-unit rental complex proposed along Fort Street at Duchess Street south of the Royal Jubilee Hospital lands in the City of Victoria's Jubilee neighbourhood. The view depicted in this rendering is to the southeast along Fort Street. Domo Construction Ltd.
Jubilee neighbourhood's latest residential proposal could deliver 32 apartments to Fort at Duchess
MIKE KOZAKOWSKI, CITIFIED.CA
Published January 23, 2019
A 32-unit rental complex has been proposed by developer Domo Construction Ltd. on Fort Street at Duchess Street in the City of Victoria’s Jubilee neighbourhood.
Planned for 1906 and 1912 Duchess Street
east of Richmond Road and south of the Royal Jubilee Hospital lands, the five-storey woodframed building will include a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites, five of which will be designated as affordable or below-market.
A single level of below ground parking will accommodate 29 vehicles, including three stalls for visitors.
Currently situated on the development site are two single-family dwellings comprised of approximately seven residential suites.
As part of the development concept, the City of Victoria is requesting that approximately 300 square meters of Domo Construction's property be dedicated as roadway in order to cut back the sharp triangular corner where Duchess and Fort streets meet. The new intersection would allow for a smoother entry onto Duchess Street from Fort Street.
|An aerial view of the Jubilee neighbourhood and the 1906-1912 Duchess Street proposal, superimposed at-centre. Domo Construction Ltd. |
The proposal is one of several multi-unit housing proposals moving through the approvals process in the immediate area.
Adjacent to the Milliken proposal is a still on-going effort to redevelop the iconic Turner’s Building
on a triangular lot bordered by Richmond Road, Birch Street and Pembroke Street. The project could consist of two buildings, one a five-storey office and retail lowrise with frontage onto Richmond Road and the other a four-storey, 23-unit rental residence
fronting onto Pembroke Street.
And finally to the south of the three projects is 1811 Oak Bay Avenue
, a five-storey, 15-unit apartment planned for the Oak Bay strip at Bank Street. C
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