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Residences at the Empress
 
proposed
Uses: rentals, commercial
Address:
700 Douglas Street

Municipality: Victoria

Region: Downtown Victoria

Storeys: 8
  (1BR, 2BR, 3BR)
Rental status: in planning
 
 

Bosa Development has plans to erect an eight-storey rental building with ground floor commercial space southeast of the Fairmont Empress Hotel.

The development will be situated on lands formerly used as downtown Victoria's inter-city bus depot.

 
More Project Details

Building data

Storeys: 8

Primary material: concrete

Parking type: underground

Companies


Developer: Bosa Development

Rental Unit Details

Rental status: in planning

Target market: high-end

Unit types: 1BR, 2BR, 3BR

Commercial space details

Lease status: in planning

Number of commercial units: 2

Commercial space: 5,033 sq. ft.
 

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