At a Glance
- located at Johnson & Cook
- 6-storey woodframe mid-rise
- 104 affordable condominiums
- walk score of 96
- near North Park Village
- 2 blocks from Save-On Foods supermarket
- close to Central Middle & Victoria High schools
- numerous neighbourhood shops, restaurants, cafes
A Unique Opportunity in Attainable Home Ownership
At the confluence of Fernwood and Harris Green comes Haven — a unique opportunity in attainable home ownership from Chard Development. The 1100 block of Johnson and Yates streets will be transformed into a mixed-use development featuring a 6-storey residential mid-rise, a mixed-use tower, and medical offices in a refurbished Victoria Professional Building. Haven will offer 104 condominiums under BC Housing’s Affordable Home Ownership Program. Designed to appeal to families and young professionals, 35% of these homes have two or more bedrooms.
Built by a trusted local developer with a proven track record, Haven is where downtown relaxes into residential. Think graffiti art, food trucks, colourful heritage houses, communal gardens, bicycle shops, and yoga studios. On the cusp of everything cool in Victoria, you can really have it all.
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Pricing for Haven
Eligible buyers have a chance to secure a home at Haven for as much as $70,000 below appraised market value. Contact me today to find out how.
Floor Plans for Haven
The residential component of this development will offer 104 Inclusionary Housing Units (Ownership) with the following unit mix:
- 12 x studios
- 55 x 1-bedroom
- 35 x 2-bedroom
- 2 x 3-bedroom
Amenities at Haven
Residents and tenants will enjoy shared use of an open, landscaped mews that includes a children’s play area, dog run, and garden plots. On the second floor of the Yates Street Plaza development’s 12-storey mixed-use building, will be a purpose-built daycare facility for up to 50 children. It will feature over 3,900 sq ft of interior space with a dedicated entrance lobby and almost 1,500 sq ft of secured outdoor play space.
Parking and Storage
Parking for the entire Yates Street Plaza development will be provided on three levels underground and accommodate 129 residential, 107 commercial, 6 visitor, and 2 car share vehicles. There will also be 46 short-term and 269 long-term bike stalls located on P1.
Haven boasts easy access to transit and cycling infrastructure. This development will widen Johnson Street to provide an improved public pathway and a new bus shelter. To further encourage alternative transportation, residents will also have exclusive access to a bike share program.
Maintenance Fees at Haven
Developer Team for Haven
Chard Development is an an award-winning, Vancouver-based urban real estate development firm specializing in urban, mid-sized condominium and commercial projects in Metro Vancouver and Greater Victoria. Founded in 1994 by David Chard, they have evolved from a development management consulting firm to a highly respected merchant developer of commercial and multi-family residential projects. For the past two decades, the talented Chard team has focused on purpose-built projects. Known for well-designed, sought-after properties, Chard is an influential voice in urban revitalization.
Proscenium Architecture + Interiors began in 1996 as an architectural and interior design firm focused on the planning and design of facilities for the Arts. Today, it is a full service firm recognized as a leading designer of community and cultural facilities across western Canada. Proscenium combines the technical strength and depth of experience usually associated with a large firm with the personal attention and creative energy of a small design studio. Through a balanced mix of architectural and interior design staff working cohesively on each project, clients understand that their needs and goals are being heard in all aspects of the design process.
Expected Completion for Haven
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