Downtown Victoria Tour
Broughton Street – 600 Block

604 Broughton Street – Bridgman Building

The Bridgman Building at 604 Broughton Street was originally built in 1885 for Charles E. Redfern, a former Mayor of Victoria. The present facade was designed in 1910 by architects Percy Leonard James and Douglas James for A.W. Bridgman, for whom the building is named.

The Bridgman Building is legally consolidated with 1007 Government Street, which is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.

The building is currently occupied by Ebizo Sushi.

The Bridgman Building, 604 Broughton Street (photo by Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

Here is a map showing the location of the Bridgman Building, 604 Broughton Street:

Additional Information About 604 Broughton Street

The Bridgman Building is legally consolidated with 1007 Government Street.

  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $1,735,000; Land $915,000 Buildings $820,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2015): $1,663,000; Land $828,000 Buildings $835,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2014): $1,663,000; Land $806,000 Buildings $857,000
  • Canadian Register of Historic Places designation, 1995

A Brief History of 604 Broughton Street

The Bridgman Building at 604 Broughton Street was originally built in 1885 for Charles E. Redfern, a former Mayor of Victoria. The present facade was designed in 1910 by architects Percy Leonard James and Douglas James for then owner A.W. Bridgman, for whom the building is named.

The Bridgman Building was placed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places in 1995.

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