A collection of development related articles from various newspapers and magazines.
Oceanside condo project in North Saanich turns heads with West Shore pricing – May 29, 2018
An oceanside residential development in North Saanich is launching its second phase of condominium sales with pricing aimed at luring West Shore buyers to the Saanich Peninsula
Affordable West Shore condo dev extends U-Bike bicycle share program to Langford – May 28, 2018
The first phase of condominium homes planned for Langford’s Belmont Residences master-planned community is nearing its official sales launch
In photos: A tour of downtown Victoria’s 104-year-old Customs House heritage restoration project – May 23, 2018
The heritage restoration of the Customs House building at the nexus of Government, Wharf and Humboldt streets in downtown Victoria has been underway since last summer as Victoria-based Cielo Properties works to repurpose the building into luxury condominium residences and ground floor commercial spaces.
Two-thirds of homes hit by new speculation tax will be B.C.-owned – May 17, 2018
Almost two-thirds of those who pay the new housing speculation tax will be British Columbians, Finance Minister Carole James admitted Wednesday.
James Bay condo development on duplex lots gets narrow nod – May 15, 2018
Victoria council narrowly approved a 12-unit strata development on Montreal Street, even though veteran councillor Pam Madoff warned it would be “destabilizing” much of James Bay.
Master plan for Ship Point envisions a people’s park – May 13, 2018
Ship Point could become the people’s park.
113 rental apartments pitched for Johnson Street at Quadra Street – May 8, 2018
A fourth design has been submitted to the City of Victoria for a residential tower proposed along the 1400-block of Quadra Street at Johnson Street in downtown Victoria’s Harris Green neighbourhood
Cool Aid unveils plans for housing on hotel site – May 6, 2018
Construction could start within three years
After six revisions, opposition to 83-unit development remained strong, and several politicians spoke of wrestling with decision
About 6,200 affordable rental apartment units are needed now in Greater Victoria just to catch up with current demand, according to the Capital Regional District’s draft housing affordability strategy.