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The subject premises is well suited to all types of professional office and assembly use tenants. The space available is located on the second floor, accessed by an elevator and stairwells that run from the entrance lobby off of Broughton Street. The office space is efficient and bright consisting of up to 6,522 square feet in total and delivered in shell condition (with lighting in place and new T-bar ceiling stacked and ready to be installed). The space offers flexibility in layout with various demising options as small as 2,800sf. Male and female washrooms are located on each floor within the common area.
Colliers International is proud to offer for sale a fully renovated, three story office building in the heart of Victoria’s most popular gateway between Fairfield and Downtown. This income producing office building is one of very few properties that offers onsite parking, large floor plates, and is within easy walking distance of Victoria’s picturesque Inner Harbour and all the amenities of Downtown Victoria. 818 Broughton Street is located mid-block on Broughton Street as part of the gateway between Fairfield to downtown Victoria. The subject property is directly across from the YMCA/YWCA of Vancouver Island, with Pioneer Square half a block to the east, and the Royal Theatre half a block to the west. Surrounding amenities include London Drugs, the Market on Yates, the Greater Victoria Public Library and Fort Commons, a recent addition to Victoria’s most popular Food and Drink neighbourhood. A variety of restaurants and cafes are in the immediate area including Starbucks, Be Love, The Pink Bicycle, The Clay Pigeon, Fishhook, La Taquisa, Sookjai Thai and Blue Fox Café, to name a few. In addition to being surrounded by cafes, restaurants and bars, 818 Broughton Street is also located within an emerging neighbourhood for tech companies. The Vancouver Island Technology Council (VIATEC) opened their headquarters one block west on Fort Street, while the Alacrity Foundation set up shop at the Summit building, one street north of 818 Broughton at 838 Fort Street. Another building, 844 Courtney Street, one street south of 818 Broughton, is also undergoing major renovations as it will be home to many local tech companies, with occupancy scheduled for summer 2016.