Roundhouse Marketplace is the first phase of Bayview Place's Roundhouse development in the City of Victoria's Vic West neighbourhood. Comprised of commercial spaces, Roundhouse Marketplace will include a variety of retail opportunities in both new-build and restored heritage buildings at a Canadian National Historic Site.
The site's anchor tenant is expected to be a grocer occupying nearly 32,000 square feet of the historic railroad roundhouse building. Smaller commercial units will range between 1,145 to 5,848 square feet.
A unique retail opportunity in the form of eight railroad boxcars will provide tenants with spaces of 400 to 500 square feet situated throughout the northeast area of the Roundhouse property.
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There is something ironic about old-school rail boxcars arriving by truck.
Without undercarriages no less.
The box cars are more for advertising at this point. They have made platform complete with rails and ties on the southeast side of the presentation center. One of the cars will go there.
Two boxcars were delivered by truck, then moved into one of the roundhouse bulidings for painting. This morning one of the freshly painted boxcars was positioned outside the presentation centre.
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