Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby Queen K » Feb 23rd, 2018, 9:06 pm

Bargain Shop for new comers.

Mission Group.
Huge structure.
Old Kelowna is dead in the water.

City Council will be told to, once again, bend over.
City Council, "how far down?"

Here it goes.

https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#219557
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby voice of reason » Feb 23rd, 2018, 9:13 pm

screw it.make it 100 stories.downtown is a lost cause anyways
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby stevemic » Feb 23rd, 2018, 10:03 pm

I welcome new Kelowna, I love growth and economic boom
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby Anonymous123 » Feb 23rd, 2018, 10:11 pm

Zoned for 26 stories. I wonder what the final number will be.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby JayByrd » Feb 23rd, 2018, 10:17 pm

Bring it on. That end of Bernard needs a revamp in the worst way. I'm way in favour of someone doing something, instead of nobody doing nothing.

As we drag this town kicking and screaming into the 2000's, yes, Old Kelowna is dead. There's just a few bits of it that haven't heard the news yet.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby Queen K » Feb 23rd, 2018, 10:17 pm

If WestCorp is getting 33 stories, then Mission Group will need 36, to put some of their penthouses above for lakeviews.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby Anonymous123 » Feb 23rd, 2018, 10:24 pm

JayByrd wrote:Bring it on. That end of Bernard needs a revamp in the worst way. I'm way in favour of someone doing something, instead of nobody doing nothing.

As we drag this town kicking and screaming into the 2000's, yes, Old Kelowna is dead. There's just a few bits of it that haven't heard the news yet.


If nobody does nothing, isn't that neutral?
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby JayByrd » Feb 23rd, 2018, 10:48 pm

Anonymous123 wrote:
If nobody does nothing, isn't that neutral?


Yes.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby Tack » Feb 23rd, 2018, 11:34 pm

Anonymous123 wrote:
JayByrd wrote:Bring it on. That end of Bernard needs a revamp in the worst way. I'm way in favour of someone doing something, instead of nobody doing nothing.

As we drag this town kicking and screaming into the 2000's, yes, Old Kelowna is dead. There's just a few bits of it that haven't heard the news yet.


If nobody does nothing, isn't that neutral?


If no one does anything housing in Kelowna is restricted and a generation is pushed out of the ability to own a home, any home. Condo are near unaffordable already for most young people that should be able to buy at 25-30. More developement, especially downtown, is a benefit to this city. Old Kelowna is dead and it will never return. Developing downtown gives the benefit of density, allowing services to meet more needs effectively.

If anyone wants to live in the dream town that never changes Lumby is a beautiful place. Kelowna will never be a sleepy town and right now is the time for downtown to be redeveloped instead of the single or two-story buildings that cover most of it. I
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby normaM » Feb 24th, 2018, 5:21 am

er, do you think all this new development is going to be cheap? That's like saying SOPA is affordable for younger people to buy.
I do agree the downtown here is in a sorry state but I think many ppl come to Kelowna for it's resort small town vibe.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby LANDM » Feb 24th, 2018, 7:10 am

Anonymous123 wrote:
JayByrd wrote:Bring it on. That end of Bernard needs a revamp in the worst way. I'm way in favour of someone doing something, instead of nobody doing nothing.

As we drag this town kicking and screaming into the 2000's, yes, Old Kelowna is dead. There's just a few bits of it that haven't heard the news yet.


If nobody does nothing, isn't that neutral?

Nobody doing nothing equals everyone doing something.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby voice of reason » Feb 24th, 2018, 9:00 am

nothing will improve downtown until they put a tower on that prime piece of real estate that the gospel mission sits on

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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby the truth » Feb 24th, 2018, 9:06 am

and that's the truth
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby Queen K » Feb 24th, 2018, 9:10 am

voice of reason wrote:nothing will improve downtown until they put a tower on that prime piece of real estate that the gospel mission sits on


Or round up those who are lined up with their shopping carts and get everyone of them into a facility or home or house or group home or jail or whereever they have to be OTHER than the street.
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Re: Proposed development for the old Woolworth's site

Postby normaM » Feb 24th, 2018, 9:12 am

And now they are proposing to tear down houses S Pandosy ... shoeboxes for all
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