The Wellburn's Market development is a proposal to restore the two-storey Wellburn's Market building at the intersection of Cook Street and Pandora Avenue and to construct a low-rise new-build residential building on the market's adjacent parking lot along Cook Street.
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There. Fixed that for you.
(I know I am going to hear about this)
My snarky comment was about the age of those present in the meeting, haha. I think those standing accounts for everyone under 50. Definitively expected a younger bunch considering the neighborhood (for reference, the CoV's median age is 42.7 as of 2016).
From an NPNA tweet of last night's land use information session.
Looks like Loveday was the only person younger than 50.
[It also looks like a really angry UVic humanities alumni gathering.]
...[It also looks like a really angry UVic humanities alumni gathering.]
The peace sign guy is trying to compensate for the seething anger about to boil over at the gathering, but nobody's buying it.
That's a pretty ugly design, and definitely does not integrate well with the retained facade. Like someone took a black shoe box and just slammed it down in the corner.
(And I say this as someone who generally likes the squared-off homes using darkened wood exteriors)
Save-On-Foods, 600 upcoming residences set new course for North Park's and Harris Green's Pandora Avenue
Downtown Victoria's Pandora Avenue corridor is slated for big changes as developers focus in along the under-developed thoroughfare.
Rental apartments and modern commercial space will replace the aging Caption Building and its adjacent surface parking lot.
The North Park neighbourhood's 107-year-old Wellburn's Market building is in-store for remediation as part of a redevelopment effort.