Originally constructed in 1911 as the Pryce Jones Department Store, this historic structure was designed by architecture firm, Hodgson & Bates. The store's logo read, "Metropolitan Store for the Metropolis of the Last West!" Now, metropolitan residential/commercial spaces, this reinforced concrete & brick structure is rich in history, later coined the Traders' Building & also occupied by Military District #13 during World War II. The interior of this unit features oak hardwood flooring, large west facing windows, exposed steel beams & 18 ft ceilings. The stylish kitchen boasts maple cabinetry, black granite counters, a pantry & a full appliance package including a gas stove. The lofted bedroom is spacious with plenty of storage & a 4 piece ensuite. Also note in-suite laundry, additional storage, underground parking, a main floor powder room & west facing balcony. Victoria Park, the old warehouse district, is now bustling with new energy, shops, parks & people.
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