A redevelopment of excess lands at the former Burnside Elementary School campus along Jutland Road will incorporate affordable family-oriented housing together with a seismic upgrade and refurbishment of the historic school.
The project has been proposed as two buildings rising to five and four-storeys. The taller building will include a daycare facility and a community flex space.
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Community spaces and childcare facilities are expected as part of this development.
It looks very old school. Like the Empire State Building or the Chrysler Building.
Small windows and the potential for lots of red brick should be well received in Victoria. <_<
That North Park one hits step 5 mainly due to the roof of solar panels or what?
Rooftop solar, exterior window shades on east and west facing sides, double-thick party walls for noise and heat insulation, native plant low-water landscaping, according to the contractor's website. Step 5 is basically energy neutral, aka passive house
It looks like a tall version of Sussex Place.
Presumably, you mean the Vancouver project shown above, not the North Park one. :P
Pacifica Housing's newest affordable rental complex is nearing completion along the 600-block of Goldstream Avenue.
A partnership between Pacifica Housing, the City of Victoria and the Greater Victoria School District will yield a new social housing and community hub on Cecelia Road.
88-unit's of affordable family-oriented apartments planned as part of a partnership between Pacifica Housing, the City of Victoria and the Greater Victoria School District.