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Crosstown, phase 2 at Crosstown
 
proposed
Uses: offices, commercial
Address:
3020 Douglas Street

Municipality: Victoria

Region: Urban core

Storeys: 6

Office space: 59,600 sq. ft.

Commercial space: 12,000 sq. ft.

Leasing status: contact agent
 
Crosstown, phase 2 is a mixed-use retail and office building proposed for the City of Victoria's Burnside-Gorge neighbourhood. The complex is part of a redevelopment of the former Tally-Ho Hotel property between the 500-block of Burnside Road East and the 3000-block of Douglas Street.
 
Learn more about Crosstown. See also: Crosstown, phase 1
More Project Details

Building data

Storeys: 6

Gross floor area: 71,600 sq. ft.

Parking type: underground

Roof height (m): 14.6

Primary material: concrete

Office Space details

Office class: A

Office use: civic, commercial

Lease status: contact agent

Office space: 59,600 sq. ft.

Commercial space details

Lease status: contact agent

Commercial space: 12,000 sq. ft.
 

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