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506 Fort Street
 
built
Uses: rentals, commercial
Address:
506 Fort Street

Municipality: Victoria

Region: Downtown Victoria

Storeys: 3
  (studio/bachelor, 1BR, 2BR)
Rental status: now renting
 
 
506 Fort Street is a three-storey heritage building converted to residential units and a commercial ground floor.
 
The building was constructed in 1902 as the Pacific Transfer Building. A heritage restoration project that converted floors two and three to rental apartments was completed in 2017.
 
More Project Details

Building data

Construction completed: 2018

Storeys: 3

Rental Unit Details

Rental status: now renting

Target market: mid-market

Unit types: studio/bachelor, 1BR, 2BR

Commercial space details

Lease status: contact agent
 

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