1025 Johnson Street is a proposal to build an 12-storey mixed-use affordable rental tower along the 1000-block of Johnson Street in downtown Victoria's Harris Green neighbourhood. The building will be the first phase of the Johnson|Cook|Yates multi-phased development.
The ground floor's Johnson Street frontage will include a state-of-the-art replacement for the City of Victoria's No. 1 firehall and a two-bay rest-ready ambulance station. An emergency communications centre, crew quarters and an office component will occupy levels two and three.
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An office component will be situated on the third level of the building.
The fire hall site (former Robbins lot) is now closed to the public and is undergoing excavation and site prep...
I seem to remember that the developers said the first phase is supposed to start in January.
BP for excavation issued yesterday!
They have been taking delivery of the shoring equipment here over the last couple of days, including a large pile driver. Technically they have broken ground already in ripping up a bit of concrete, but nothing major.
Let's call it.
the most exciting thing about this start is that the project is so close physically to the wade that when they both finish at very close to the same date in 2022 or 2023 we can watch both simultaneously in case it's a photo finish.
11-storey mixed-use complex will include a state-of-the-art fire hall, affordable rental apartments and office space.
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