Downtown Victoria Tour
Yates Street – 500 Block

516 Yates Street

516 Yates Street was designed and built by architect H.O. Tiedemann in 1882-82 as a warehouse for Sidney J. Pitts.

In 1991, 516 Yates Street and the adjacent building at 518 Yates Street were renovated and adapted for use by the Victoria International Hostel, which still occupies both buildings.

516 Yates Street, built in 1882, and 518 Yates Street, built in 1899. Both buildings are now occupied by Victoria International Hostel.

516 Yates Street, built in 1882, and 518 Yates Street, built in 1899. Both buildings are now occupied by Victoria International Hostel.

Here is a map showing the location of 516 Yates Street:

Here is a Google Street View image of 516 Yates Street:

Additional Information About 516 Yates Street

516 Yates Street is legally consolidated with the adjacent building at 518 Yates Street.

  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $1,317,000; Land $986,000; Buildings $331,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $1,220,000; Land $938,000; Buildings $282,000
  • Victoria Hallmark Society

A Brief History of 516 Yates Street

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