Downtown Victoria Tour
Fort Street – 500 Block
506 Fort Street

506 Fort Street was built in 1902 by architect J.C.M. Keith for Arthur Edward Kent, who used it for his Pacific Transfer Company.

The building is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places as the Pacific Transfer Building.

The Pacific Transfer Building, 506 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C.

Here is a map showing the location of 506 Fort Street:

Here is a Google Street View image of 506 Fort Street:

Additional Information About 506 Fort Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $2,448,000; Land $981,000 Buildings $1,467,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $1,806,000; Land $966,000 Buildings $840,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2015): $1,200,000; Land $833,000 Buildings $367,000
  • Canadian Register of Historic Places

A Brief History of 506 Fort Street

506 Fort Street was built in 1902 by architect J.C.M. Keith for Arthur Edward Kent, who used it for his Pacific Transfer Company.

The building is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places as the Pacific Transfer Building.

Here are links to some historic photographs:

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