Downtown Victoria Tour
Douglas Street – 900 Block
912 Douglas Street – Rexall Drugs
This building at 912 Douglas Street was designed and built in 1953 by architect John Di Castri. It is now occupied by Rexall Drugs.
This building is considered an important example of mid-20th century architecture. It was placed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Here is a map showing the location of 912 Douglas Street:
Here is a Google Street View image of 912 Douglas Street:
Additional Information About 912 Douglas Street
- Assessed Value (July 2017): $5,602,000; Land $2,656,000 Buildings $2,946,000
- Assessed Value (July 2016): $4,970,000; Land $2,525,000 Buildings $2,445,000
- Assessed Value (July 2015): $4,821,000; Land $2,177,000 Buildings $2,644,000
- Assessed Value (July 2014): $4,821,000; Land $2,057,000 Buildings $2,764,000
- Canadian Register of Historic Places – Images showing 2006 appearance
- Victoria Heritage Foundation
A Brief History of 912 Douglas Street
This building was designed and built in 1954 for Ballantyne’s Florists by architect John Di Castri, one of Victoria’s leading mid-20th century architects.
The original John Di Castri design divided this building into 4 separate retail spaces and this building followed that original design until 2010, when the building was renovated into a single commercial space.