750 Pandora Avenue is a 13-storey, 189,081 square foot office development with ground floor retail space in the 700-block of Pandora Avenue.
The building is rising in conjunction with Douglas House, a six-storey, 111,428 square foot office complex situated immediately to the west.
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Approximately 11,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space fronts onto Cormorant Street and Pandora Avenue.
It's part of the government office on the ground floor in the building. I worked there for a stretch years ago (Min. of Forests).
I recall there were at least a few cubicles in that corner of the office.
If it's used for office space (cubicles) it sounds like it is not connected to the parkade. But it's a terrible place for an office. The original use must have had a public face. It resembles a kiosk.
Lots of buildings of this era had public space but this courtyard is so large relative to the building itself. It must have had a specific use in mind.
My hunch is that it was supposed to be a European-style outdoor cafe. Rotherham is an English name but the old article aastra posted says the project was originally financed by West German money. A primitive attempt at introducing Victoria to European cafe culture?
Actually, the lower floor of the building is kinda weird. The parkade runs through the middle, so to go from one side of the building to the other without going outside, it meant exiting to the parkade, crossing the parkade, and going in the opposite door.
It's a good size office, long and narrow, with a maze of cubicles and that weird extension at the end.
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Serving as a one-way side street since the 1960's, the 700-block of Cormorant Street is being reconfigured for two-way traffic.