The Hudson Mews | 12-storeys | Residential, commercial

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The Hudson Mews is the second phase of the multi-phased Hudson project on the old Hudson’s Bay Department Store property in downtown Victoria.

The Hudson Mews follows the redevelopment of the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) department store, dubbed The Hudson, and will consist of the largest rental housing component built in downtown Victoria in many years

The project was originally meant to become a 75% subsidized rental and 25% market condo tower, although the partnership between TL Housing Solutions (a spin-off development outfit of Townline Group of Companies), BC Housing and the City of Victoria disintegrated in the late summer of 2010.

Ground floor retail is also envisioned.

See also: The Hudson, tower I; The Hudson, tower II; The Hudson

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Project Statistics

  • Status: Under construction
  • Construction Dates
    Began: 2012
    Completed: 2014
  • Floor Count: 12
  • Units: 120
  • Building uses
    Residential, commercial
  • Structural types
    Highrise
  • Address: Herald Street at Blanshard Street
  • Municipality: Victoria
  • Official project website

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This project's public discussion on VibrantVictoria.ca

Below are the five latest responses to the dedicated discussion thread for this project:

Mike K.

Oct 19, 2013 at 11:42 am

Era will also be a nice dose of box. But I agree, this is a perfect example of a building turning out far better than the rendering.

Nparker

Oct 19, 2013 at 4:37 pm

Quote: I'm amazed at how well this building in turning out, far more attractive than the initial renderings...


I have never seen more than the rendering at the top of this thread. Is there someplace where one can view additional renderings of this project?

Mike K.

Oct 19, 2013 at 4:41 pm

Not that we've been able to find. I guess they didn't want to pay for an all out high-def depiction for a project that will be promoted only once built and will not require renderings for presales.

MarkoJ

Nov 10, 2013 at 1:38 pm

November 10th, 2013.

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Dylan Leblanc

Nov 10, 2013 at 1:48 pm

Quote: It will look good when they install the wing-a-ling overhang on the roof line.


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