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Four-storey condominium building proposed for Henry Avenue and Fifth Street in Sidney

The 19-unit building would be 16 metres tall
This artistic rendering shows the four-storey condominium building that MGF Project Services proposes for the corner of Henry Avenue and Fifth Street in Sidney. (MGF Project Services/Screencap)

Sidney staff are currently reviewing plans for a four-storey condominium building in Sidney.

Plans submitted show a 19-unit condominium building at the corner of Henry Avenue and Fifth Street on the edge of Sidney’s downtown.

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The development proposes to make full use of the maximum allowable height on the site (16 metres) and proposes 20 parking spaces, one above the requirement. The development also includes 20 spots (one above the requirement) for bicycle parking and electric vehicle charging stations.

It is not clear when the development will appear at council’s committee-of-the-whole.

The supporting document lists MGF Project Services as the registered owner and de Hoog & Kierulf Architects as the designing architect.

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Wolf Depner

About the Author: Wolf Depner

I joined the national team with Black Press Media in 2023 from the Peninsula News Review, where I had reported on Vancouver Island's Saanich Peninsula since 2019.
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