The Hudson Mews is a 12-storey rental tower with ground floor commercial space. Developed by Vancouver- and Richmond-based Peterson and Townline, respectively, The Hudson Mews represents the second phase of the four phase Hudson Place development on the former Hudson's Bay Company department store property in downtown Victoria.
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Commercial units front onto Fisgard Street and a carriageway running north-to-south between Fisgard and Herald streets.
VT is totally Soviet style housing...
Those are pretty good looking and in good shape. Some of the older ones are just terrible, depressing sights. They don't seem to maintain them very well. Oh and they don't positively pressurise the hallways so you get to enjoy everybody's particular smells and smoke.
So there is a development permit change for the 16 storey Hudson Walk II, they want less commercial space and increase the residential to 178 units, allowing residential on the first floor.
The incident occurred on the night of the 29th and because the act is a criminal matter, VicPD are investigating.
You just need a lot of string from the thumb tacks on the wall in each person unit out through a hole in the glass where you marked with your felt pen during the green light thing.
All it need is a triangulation back to the point of origin where all the string lines meet. I think this method was devised during WW II*.
How are they able to ascertain that it was a criminal act when they do not know how the light got into the units and where the light came from? Makes me think of the Blanshard Court fire they are not going to investigate the cause even though there is talk of the person living there possibly being involved in something illegal in the unit where the fire started
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