975-983 Pandora Avenue is a proposal to build a 15-storey mixed-use rental and ground floor retail tower in downtown Victoria's Harris Green neighbourhood.
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The massing on this one is better, but I prefer the bold colour scheme of the previous iteration. This is looking dangerously close to the Yates on Yates, and we all know how that one is turning out
It looks a bit less cluttered, which is good, but I'm bummed about the color change. I really liked the dark brick that was proposed in the last rendering.
... I really liked the dark brick that was proposed in the last rendering.
Don't put too much faith in the colour/pattern of renderings of brick. We've been fooled a lot recently.
This one went to ADP in November and seems to have been very well received. The biggest concerns seem to be the lack-luster colour and material palette, fenestration on the south side, and an opening for the music room onto the breezeway.
Sounds like the designer that chose the colour scheme should be defenestrated.
23 shared rental apartments in two, three and four-bedroom layouts proposed at 1693 Fort Street.
Multi-million dollar land play believed to be the first step in creating a City-operated housing agency.
Pandora rental tower to introduce 3, 4 and 5-bedroom co-living units to downtown Victoria's housing supply
15-storey proposal on Pandora Avenue at Vancouver Street will introduce 54 co-living layouts among its 121 residences.
The highrise residential complex will push the upcoming stream of residences along Pandora Avenue to nearly 1,000-units.
Save-On-Foods, 600 upcoming residences set new course for North Park's and Harris Green's Pandora Avenue
Downtown Victoria's Pandora Avenue corridor is slated for big changes as developers focus in along the under-developed thoroughfare.