Quebec & Montreal

Status / Upcoming
Year / 2023
Number of Homes / 112
Neighbourhood / James Bay

A proposal for new and affordable housing, meaningful community amenities and outstanding public spaces by the local development team at Mike Geric Construction

This proposal reimagines a surface parking lot in iconic James Bay.

The vision is to build a development that will enhance its dynamic surroundings by adding to the character of this historic neighbourhood with a diverse range of housing, an improved pedestrian experience, exceptional public spaces and valuable amenities for residents and the broader community.

Project Overview

Quebec and Montreal is a mixed-use development proposal that includes 112 homes, a childcare centre, café and commercial space as well as public open spaces designed to increase walkability, community connectivity and pedestrian safety in the immediate neighbourhood.

Comprised of four buildings, the design is custom fit to the unique location with a thoughtful transition between the scale and character of the waterfront buildings along Quebec and Montreal Streets, with that of the single-family houses and townhomes to the south.

This proposal is being made in conjunction to a stand-alone purpose built affordable rental building that would be built in partnership with the Capital Regional Housing Corporation (“CRHC”) under the CRD’s Regional Housing First Program (“RHFP”). The building, located on Menzies Street in James Bay, includes 46 one, two and three bedroom rental homes for residents within the Capital Regional (“CRD”). The mix of rent levels will be: 20% provincial income assistance units, 31% affordable units and 49% near-market units.

  • The Mike Geric Construction team is engaged in a collaborative community consultation process to connect and engage with neighbours and the broader community about the redevelopment of this parking lot property. To share your thoughts about this redevelopment, please contact our development team at