Capital Park Office, phase one, is the first of two office phases (with ground floor commercial space) of Capital Park, a mixed-use commercial and residential development in the City of Victoria's James Bay neighbourhood.
The Province of British Columbia will be the anchor tenant occupying the majority of available space.
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Look at that A+ social distancing! Bran must be important, when they saw him with a camera everyone got in line.
I’ve been coming across the terms seismic building codes, and I’m probably oversimplifying by wondering: does that mean newer developments (like Capital Park) should be able to e.g. withstand a certain magnitude of earthquake? I tried to find more information but only came across generally worded B.C. government releases.
But that doesn’t mean the building will be habitable following a major seismic event, just that you’ll be able to safely vacate the structure. Generally speaking concrete buildings are well suited to certain seismic activity to begin with but the seismic wave, the soil/ground underneath and the depth of the quake all play a role on the impact on structures.
Taken Friday the 24th...
Snapped outside Good Earth this morning.
November 14th will be the final time purchasers can view the project's show suite and market-leading interactive displays.
Mixed-use residential and commercial development seeks highest environmental accreditation in Canada.
First-in-BC technology delivers new experience for homebuyers at James Bay's Capital Park Residences
Concert Virtual™ technology at the Capital Park Residences presentation centre has replaced a traditional pre-sale showroom focal point with a interactive alternative.
113-home complex to complete the multi-phased Capital Park development adjacent to James Bay's legislative precinct.
Two heritage homes being moved from the 500-block of Michigan Street to a Dallas Road site will require both truck and barge transport.
Tenants in expansion mode and a push to modernize work places are the driving forces behind an office space building boom in Victoria.
Offices, residences and commercial spaces will be added to James Bay's legislative precinct as part of a major redevelopment.