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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I was actually thinking of an Aerobie™ flying ring when I said that. I've never been able to throw a traditional Frisbie™-style Frisbee™ flying disc very far (as VV's ultimate team knows all too well).
Now if you'll excuse me I was playing a lot of Ping-Pong™ earlier today so I'm going to enjoy some Jell-O™ and a refreshing Popsicle™ while I soak in my Jacuzzi™.
yes. for a rich guy he really has troubles putting a few coherent builds all together.
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