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Langley Street

1010-1012 Langley Street

1010-1012 Langley Street was built in 1910 by architect Henry Sandham Griffith for William Sweeney and John McConnell, who used it for their business: Sweeney-McConnell Printers.

It is now a restaurant on the main floor with offices on the upper floors.

Here is a map showing the location of 1010-1012 Langley Street:

Here is a Google Street View image of 1010-1012 Langley Street:

Additional Information About 1010-1012 Langley Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2018): $1,162,000; Land $476,000; Buildings $686,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $1,071,000; Land $494,000; Buildings $577,000

A Brief History of 1010-1012 Langley Street

1010-1012 Langley Street was built in 1910 by architect Henry Sandham Griffith for William Sweeney and John McConnell, who used it as the location of their business: Sweeney-McConnell Printers.

The original building permit, issued to Sweeney & McConnell by the City of Victoria in June 1910, describes a “new brick building, 3 storey, 11 room. Purpose: stores & offices”, with an estimated construction cost of $13,000. It must have also had residential accommodation since John McConnell apparently lived in the building.

It is now a restaurant on the main floor with offices on the upper floors.

Here are links to some historic photographs of 1010-1012 Langley Street:

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