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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it’s still comical that the city anticipates continuing illegal use. as if it’s a given.
Its beyond comical its absurd! If a business that pays taxes puts up an unpermitted sandwich board in front of their shop, the bylaw officers issue fines and force them to remove it. Where as, "Campers" (love that description of what's going on) that contribute nothing to the tax base and cost the city a fortune in policing and sanitation costs are allowed to ignore the law without consequence.
On the bright side a rain garden is not likely to be a comfortable place to "Camp" so at least the developer wont have to worry about them setting up tents right in front of his building. The "campers" are more likely to use the rain garden as their outdoor toilet instead!
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.