University Heights, building C is proposal for a six-storey mixed-use rental and retail complex at Cedar Hill Road and McKenzie Avenue in Saanich. The building is part of a redevelopment of the southern half of University Heights Shopping Centre bordered by McKenzie Avenue, Cedar Hill Road and Shelbourne Street.
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i got an email that the save on foods pharmacy is staying open until the end of July. I was surprised they are staying until the end of next month since the grocery store is gone now. i guess they aren't tearing down that part of the building until the fall time so they can stay longer but then i wonder why the grocery left so early?
but apparently the pharmacy team is moving to a new location but further away unfortunately..it's not convenient for me but that's good they are opening up a new place. I think near the shell station on Quadra and not affiliated with save on anymore.
Could be this, doesn't look like 8 either though:
There do appear to be a lot of Stalinists milling about in that plaza space.
Maybe it’s the UVic dungeons that are at issue?
Demolition of J.J. Morgan restaurant at McKenzie and Cedar Hill Cross Road on Thursday marked the final chapter for the Gordon Head staple, which shut its doors in 2020 when owner Russell Eng retired.
American firm acquires University Heights Shopping Centre ahead of 590-unit rental and retail redevelopment effort
South Carolina-based Greystar has acquired soon to be replaced Saanich shopping plaza ahead of construction start.
Wedbild Holdings' five-building project pursuing public hearing to transform mall property on McKenzie Avenue at Shelbourne Street.
Six-storey proposal is envisioned for the site of McKenzie Professional Centre immediately south of University Heights Shopping Centre.
Saanich's J.J. Morgan Restaurant to close after decades in business as University Heights redev nears
A staple of Victoria's dining industry on Cedar Hill Road at McKenzie Avenue will close April 30th.
A large-scale mixed-use modernization of a Saanich shopping plaza on McKenzie Avenue at Shelbourne Street is on the back burner.
Over 350 residences and some 180,000 square feet of commercial space are planned to modernize the aging Saanich shopping complex.
Over 350 residences and nearly 200,000 square feet of commercial space will transform a significant portion of the Saanich mall.