This building at 1441 Store Street and 501 Pandora Avenue was built in 1913 as the Station Hotel. It was designed by architect Jesse M. Warren (1888-1953).

The building has been re-developed as a mixed use strata building, with one commercial strata unit at 1441 Store Street, now Goodfellas Cigar Shop, and four residential strata units at 501 Pandora Avenue.

1441 Store Street and 501 Pandora Avenue, originally built in 1913 as the Station Hotel.

1441 Store Street and 501 Pandora Avenue, originally built in 1913 as the Station Hotel.

Additional Information About 1441 Store Street and 501 Pandora Avenue

This building is currently divided into one commercial strata unit and four residential strata units.

  • Assessed Value (July 2015): Commercial Strata unit $333,000; Residential units assessed between $354,400 and $415,800
  • Assessed Value (July 2014): Commercial Strata unit $333,000; Residential units assessed between $354,600 and $407,100

A Brief History of 1441 Station Street and 501 Pandora Avenue

This building at 1441 Store Street and 501 Pandora Avenue was built in 1913 by architect Jesse M. Warren (1888-1953) for the Victoria-Phoenix Brewing Company, which operated it as the Station Hotel.

The original building permit, issued by the City of Victoria to the Victoria-Phoenix Brewing Co. in May 1913, described it as a new “Class B building”, 4 storey, 30 rooms, “purpose: hotel” with an estimated construction cost of $25,000.

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