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We are especially excited that Vancouver based Coho Commissary will be establishing a 20,000 square foot commercial kitchen in the building. Coho rents out kitchen space to food industry businesses that are getting started or expanding while also offering expertise and guidance.
Joining Coho Commissary in the Victoria Press Building will be Zetron, a critical communication technology company based in the United States and Australia. Zetron will be occupying approximately 40,000 sf of leased space on the second level.
Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc. has also entered into a lease and will occupy the third floor, including the new mezzanine space established in the Print Reel Room. These remarkable tenants will bring extraordinary life to the building and to Midtown, while enriching the economic ecosystem of Victoria as it evolves to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.
Zetron is in suite 200.
I don't think the Commissary ever arrived.
Aurinia has not arrived. Maybe still coming. A lease was signed 3 year ago: https://contracts.justia.com/companies/aurinia-pharmaceuticals-inc-11954/contract/157391/
It's not clear what section they intend/intended to occupy.
If they do secure Aurinia as a tenant and can maintain the lease with Zetron (BTW these names sound like bad sci-fi monikers from the 1960s) will Merchant House claim they have lessees from "A-Z"?
It's pretty lonely looking on 1st and 3rd floors.
It is too bad because this is such a cool space. I wonder whether the city has made any modifications to the bylaws for this building to allow a greater amount of use. Our current office and light industrial zonings are quite limited in what they allow.
Has anyone been inside to see if the common areas match the renderings? Can the public walk in?
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