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Courtney Street – 600 Block

625 Courtney Street

625 Courtney Street was built in 1911 by architect C. Elwood Watkins for Thomas Cusack (1868-1925), who used it for his printing business, T.R. Cusack Presses.

The building is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places as the Cusack Printing Office.

625 Courtney Street, built in 1911 by architect C. Elwood Watkins for Thomas Cusack (photo by Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

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625 Courtney Street, built in 1911 by architect C. Elwood Watkins for Thomas Cusack (photo by Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

Additional Information About 625 Courtney Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $953,000; Land $613,000; Buildings $340,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $861,000; Land $583,000; Buildings $278,000
  • Canadian Register of Historic Places

A Brief History of 625 Courtney Street

625 Courtney Street was built in 1911 by architect C. Elwood Watkins for Thomas Cusack (1868-1925), who used it for his printing business, T.R. Cusack Presses.

The building is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places as the Cusack Printing Office.

We will add more historical information in the near future.

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