Downtown Victoria Tour
Bastion Square / Langley Street
43-47 Bastion Square & 1118 Langley Street – Law Chambers
The Law Chambers building at 43-47 Bastion Square and 1118 Langley Street was built in 1901 by architect Francis Rattenbury for F.J. Schofield, who wanted a building in which he could rent office space to lawyers.
Several late 19th and early 20th century buildings in this vicinity were originally built as lawyers’ offices or included some space intended for rental as lawyers’ offices. At that time the B.C. Provincial Court was directly across the street at 28-30 Bastion Square so there was a sound business case for developers in building office space immediately adjacent to the B.C. Provincial Court to rent to lawyers and other professions which conducted business in the courts.
Here is a map showing the location of 43-47 Bastion Square:
Additional Information About the Law Chambers, 43-47 Bastion Square
- Assessed Value (July 2017): $2,779,000; Land $1,686,000 Buildings $1,093,000
- Assessed Value (July 2016): $2,612,000; Land $1,456,000 Buildings $1,156,000
- Assessed Value (July 2015): $2,333,000; Land $1,165,000 Buildings $1,168,000
- Assessed Value (July 2014): $2,329,000; Land $1,139,000 Buildings $1,190,000
A Brief History of the Law Chambers, 43-47 Bastion Square
Here are links to some historic photos of this building:
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