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Tudor House liquor store development to revitalize Esquimalt intersection

Artist's rendering of the Tudor House liquor store development on Esquimalt Road at Admirals Road in Esquimalt.  GBL Architects.

Tudor House liquor store development to revitalize Esquimalt intersection
MIKE KOZAKOWSKI, CITIFIED.CA

The design for the replacement of Esquimalt's Tudor House Pub and liquor store at the nexus of Admirals and Esquimalt roads has been revealed.

Vancouver-based architectural firm GBL Architects plans to use extensive glass and angular design to create what is arguably the most unique, albeit unorthodox, liquor store retail environment on Vancouver Island (if not the entire province).

The current plans, however, do not include a replacement pub, something area residents have longed for since fire destroyed the local hangout in 2013. Nevertheless, construction of the 9,000 square foot facility, which includes a 2,500 square foot mezzanine level, is expected to begin this summer with completion in 2017. C

Tudor House liquor store.
Artist's rendering of the Tudor House liquor store at 533 Admirals Road, looking northeast.  GBL Architects.
Tudor House liquor store.
Artist's rendering of the Tudor House liquor store at 533 Admirals Road, looking southeast.  GBL Architects.
 

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