Tim Hortons is coming soon to Sooke's Evergreen Shopping Centre in the town's core. The location will be one of two Tim Hortons franchises opening in Sooke, with site preparations for a restaurant on T'Souke First Nation land already underway adjacent to Edward Milne Community School. Citified.ca
Tim Hortons eyes not one but two Sooke locations
Published September 18, 2018
Victoria’s oceanside community of Sooke is in-store for not one but two Tim Hortons restaurants as the T’Souke First Nation and Partners REIT pursue separate retail developments anchored by the fast food giant.
T’Souke First Nation’s drive-through equipped Tim Hortons, slated to open by late 2018 or early 2019 on a stretch of land adjacent to Edward Milne Secondary School, will mark the first phase of a multi-phased commercial project that will also include a Petro Canada gas station and a convenience store. Future phases are envisioned to include medical and dental offices
In Sooke's town centre Barrie, Ontario-based Partners REIT is readying to build a three-unit commercial building adjacent to the Sooke Road traffic circle at the main entrance to Evergreen Shopping Centre.
According to Partners’ leasing diagram for the complex, Tim Hortons (also with a drive-through) will occupy a 3,000 square foot retail unit while two additional units, sized at 2,000 and 1,400 square feet, remain available for lease.
Construction of the 6,400 square foot single-storey building will also coincide with a reconfiguration of Evergreen Shopping Centre’s main entrance through a re-alignment of the parking lot and vehicle entrance/exit lanes onto Sooke Road. Additional parking stalls will also be accommodated. C
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