937 View Street is a proposal to build an 18-storey rental complex in the City of Victoria's Harris Green neighbourhood.
A former incarnation of the proposal was based on a 15-storey design.
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They aim to make them attainable to individuals earning a minimum of $35,000 per year.
so $35,000 x 30% is $10,500 per year rent or less or $800 to $900/mo.
From the architect's letter to council:
...the building is proposed to be constructed using relatively light-weight modular off-site pre-fabrication methods. This will bring the units to market in approximately half the normal construction period while meeting the seismic and other structural requirements...
The architectural expression of the building takes advantage of the modular stacking of the pre-fabricated modules by rotating and shifting the units to create variation in the exterior wall and massing...
Durable and low maintenance cladding materials (composite aluminum panels, concrete masonry, refinished metal) are proposed for the exterior finishes...
This is going to ADP next week on Feb 24.
They will probably - and rightfully - eviscerate the current proposal.
18-storey, 267-unit rental tower proposed next to View Towers will not include parking; ample bicycle storage planned
View Street proposal, now in its third year of planning, has grown in height and density, but drops on-site vehicle storage.
Downtown Victoria's community association cites 'liveability' as a primary concern for high-density tower proposal.
255-unit rental proposal would rise as the second most-dense residential building in downtown Victoria.
Hundreds of purpose-built rental apartments and condominium suites are planned for a parking lot between the 900-blocks of View and Fort streets.
A condominium tower and a purpose-built rental building have been proposed for a surface parking lot between the 900-blocks of Fort and View streets.