Sidney Crossing was a 98,995 square foot commercial development proposed in the Town of Sidney on Victoria's Saanich Peninsula. Had it been built, it would have become the largest shopping centre on the Saanich Peninsula.
The project was planned to consist of nine buildings with a grocery store and a drug store/electronics retailer as anchor tenants.
Approvals by the town were granted in September of 2016. The project was cancelled on October 22, 2018 due to "rapidly rising construction costs combined with significant off-site infrastructure requirements."
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Maybe you could squeeze in a small Costco........
...The new Costco has to be close enough to the core to pull shoppers from the Langford one.
Somewhere in the Royal Oak/Glanford area might work, but I don't think there is an underdeveloped piece of land suitable for a Costco. The only logical choice remains the Keating Industrial Park.
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