Boardwalk is a mixed-use six storey office, commercial and rental residential building in Victoria's Burnside-Gorge neighbourhood's Selkirk Watefront Community.
Situated on the shores of the Gorge Waterway, Boardwalk features nearly 50,000 square feet of AA office space, over 2,300 square feet of commercial space fronting Waterfront Crescent and eight luxury rental condominiums overlooking the waterway. Boardwalk is the remaining undeveloped parcel of the multi-phased Selkirk Waterfront development by Jawl Properties.
A skybridge, the only such skywalk in Victoria, connects tenants of the office portion to an adjacent office building along Waterfront Crescent.
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2,237 square feet of ground floor retail space with double height ceilings and the potential for a mezzanine level fronts onto Waterfront Crescent.
Boardwalk - A Waterfront Residence, features eight rental units situated on the first two floors of Boardwalk with access off of Waterfront Crescent.
Yeah Jutland is all corporate/government offices so after 4:30 pm M - F, and on weekends, its pretty quiet save for the waterfront walkway/Selkirk trestle and Glo. The Jutland waterside area on weekends particularly is very busy with walkers, cyclists, kayakers, etc.
Just to clarify because I think grantpalin may be using the terms interchangeably - Selkirk Street/neighborhood is physically across the Gorge waterway from what is actually pictured above, i.e. the Jutland Road/office area.
By "Selkirk" (s)he may have been referring to the trestle - but the Selkirk "neighborhood", where we live, is actually across the water and to the west/north west of Banfield Park. Selkirk Street eventually connects up to Tillicum Rd, again generally to the south and across the waterway from the Jutland Road offices shown above.
What was a little confusing was GP's use of the term above "Selkirk neighborhood" which is what I/we live in and how it is referred to by locals - yes the Selkirk Waterfront is not the same thing, and that distinction is the tendency made by us local yokels :)