Victoria Construction Rumour Thread + Info on Projects With No Dedicated Thread
Posted 13 July 2018 - 10:26 AM
Posted 13 July 2018 - 10:35 AM
Does anyone have information on the redevelopment of the property at 1015 Cook Street ...
Posted 13 July 2018 - 10:35 AM
Does anyone have information on the redevelopment of the property at 1015 Cook Street (immediately south of the Wong Brothers building)? It would be interesting if the owners are intending to combine it with the lot for sale behind it on Rockland (which suffered a big fire) for a larger project...
Is it just 1015 Cook redeveloping? They don't share a lot line with 1114 Rockland. Also, 1009 and 1005 Cook are designated heritage sites.
Posted 13 July 2018 - 10:46 AM
Posted 13 July 2018 - 10:52 AM
Posted 13 July 2018 - 11:01 AM
^ It'll be interesting to see what is proposed, since it'll be sandwiched between a Tudor-style conversion and a red brick low-rise
Posted 13 July 2018 - 11:20 AM
In this case they would want to build an addition at the back? Is this what we're saying? Or they would want to tear down the house?
I just can't get my head around the properties that come up for redevelopment in Victoria. I see the rumour thread has been bumped to the top and I immediately have visions of new life at this old parking lot or that old crapshack or empty lot or whatever. And then I'm surprised (yet again) to learn it's a site that probably shouldn't even rank among the top 200 most eligible candidates.
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Posted 14 July 2018 - 10:42 AM
[Sorry if there's a dedicated thread for these projects already...I can't spot them.]
Heritage building proposals off to public hearings
July 13, 2018 http://digital.times...noredirect=true
Proposals to renovate two Victoria heritage buildings, including a Rattenbury-designed industrial building on Discovery Street, will go to public hearing.
Matt Phillips has applied for rezoning to renovate the upper level of the old Victoria Electric Railway Co. building into a co-work space for individuals and small start-ups. The ground floor at 502 Discovery is currently used as the Duke pub and Victoria Gymnastics. They are to remain and plans call for the addition of a coffee shop fronting Store Street.
Councillors have also agreed to send to a public hearing a separate proposal to include 11 rental units in a 2.5-storey addition to the Hall Block at 727 Yates St., a vacant heritage commercial building built in 1897.
721 Yates Street Properties of Vancouver, whose directors are Elizabeth Lee Rennison and Warren Andrew Rennison, has applied for a heritage alteration permit to add the extra floors, which would be stepped back from the street.
Plans call for retail space on the ground floor. The 11 one-bedroom units would be accessed via the existing entrance for the adjacent building, which has the same owners.
Posted 20 July 2018 - 07:58 AM
As far as I know it’s just 1015 Cook. They are coming to present to Fairfield CALUC soon but no info is yet available...
So apparently the plan is to redevelop this site into a rental apartment building. No renderings are yet available, but the community meeting will take place August 16.
Posted 20 July 2018 - 10:10 AM
Posted Today, 10:14 AM
Compared to its southerly neighbour, is there anything particularly remarkable or unique about 1015 Cook Street?
It's hard to tell under all that terrible grey stucco.
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