The Aranza is a five-storey, mixed-use affordable housing development with ground floor retail space in the town of Sidney on Victoria's Saanich peninsula.
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Just over 10,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space fronts onto Fourth Street.
So they've yet to occupy the building, is what you're saying.
It's a stealth operation apparently.
Any updates on this one? GVRDS has no news on their website.
I think it's a case of poor web presence. While the GVRDS website doesn't list Aranza as one of their completed building, their property management website does: http://www.realhomesdev.com/rhdc/home
Based on recent articles on housing in Sidney, it's been occupied since June.
Jackerbie for the win.
You're totally right Jackerbie. Big difference though is this project is wood-frame where as the Azzurro is concrete.
Azzurro has balconies in a couple places, where the building steps back and in the top floor projection. But the rest of it is a box.
Nearly 500-units of affordable housing throughout Greater Victoria are slated for completion in 2019 and 2020.
A five-storey mixed-use rental and ground floor commercial development is coming to Fourth Street near Beacon Avenue in Sidney.