Residents protest as White Rock considers parkade near waterfrontAugust 4, 2017 4:08 pm
A long-planned parkade near the main drag of White Rock’s West Beach is on its way to becoming a reality, much to the chagrin of many neighbours and the relief of nearby businesses.
The proposal is for a five-storey, 280-space parkade on a city-owned site on the corner of Victoria Avenue and Vidal Street that’s comprised of four properties — two are occupied by a paved pay parking lot, one has a house and one is vacant.
The estimated cost is between $9 million and $13 million, and construction is expected to commence next year.
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