1030 Fort Street is a proposal to redevelop a single-storey commercial building along the 1000-block of Fort Street in downtown Victoria, into a six-storey rental complex with at-grade retail spaces.
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Or is the scenario that there aren’t enough parking spaces for residents after all, and they (the residents) need the capacity that is being rented to commuters in buildings with parking minimums set too high?
Certainly we can see the conundrum here, and why decreasing the supply of parking is going to cause more of the problems you speak of.
people always try to park where it’s cheaper. I don’t see the problem.
The other problem is the City has shifted from accommodating commuters to accommodating shorter-term parkers, but called on the private sector to find a way if there’s really demand for that type of parking. So they have, but now the problem is people residing in buildings that offset parking to commuters have nowhere to park but on the street.
There have been no purchases of anything but Bolts, Leafs & Teslas in the CoV since 2014. <_<
30-unit proposal may replace single-storey strip of retail spaces on Fort Street between Vancouver and Cook streets.