Some Notable Architects & Builders In Victoria History

Alfred Arthur Cox (1873-1944)

Alfred Arthur Cox (1873-1944) practiced architecture primarily in Montreal and Vancouver but he designed several noteworthy buildings in Victoria.

Here is a partial list of his projects.

Here are the Alfred Arthur Cox projects we have included on the site so far:

The Union Bank of Canada building, 1205 Government Street and 612-618 View Street. Built in 1912 by architect A.Arthur Cox for the Union Bank of Canada.

The Union Bank of Canada building, 1205 Government Street and 612-618 View Street. Built in 1912 by architect A.Arthur Cox for the Union Bank of Canada.

1205 Government Street / 612-618 View Street – Union Bank of Canada Building

The Union Bank of Canada building, 1205 Government Street and 612-618 View Street. Built in 1912 by architect A.Arthur Cox for the Union Bank of Canada.

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731 Fort Street (right) and 737 Fort Street (left) Fort Street (photo: Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

731 Fort Street (right) and 737 Fort Street (left) Fort Street (photo: Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

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1715 Rockland Avenue, south facing facade

1715 Rockland Avenue, south facing facade

1715 Rockland Avenue

A. Arthur Cox designed additions for 1715 Rockland Avenue in 1913.

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ScotiaBank at 702 Yates Street, built in 1923 with additions in 1963.

ScotiaBank at 702 Yates Street, built in 1923 with additions in 1963.

702 Yates Street – ScotiaBank

Built in 1923 for the Bank of Nova Scotia.

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