Gateway Green | 15-storeys; 58m | Office, commercial

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Gateway GreenGateway Green will utilize energy-saving and environmental design techniques to minimize its footprint on the environment. Approved at 15-storeys, it will also become the Capital Region’s tallest office building. A “living wall” is planned to be built along the north and east faces of the podium.

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Project Statistics

  • Status: Approved
  • Construction Dates
    Begins: -
    Completed: -
  • Floor Count: 15
  • Height
    Roof: 58m
  • Floor space: 143,000 sq. ft.
  • Building uses
    Office, commercial
  • Structural types
  • Address: 1620 Blanshard Street
  • Municipality: Victoria
  • Official project website


Commercial tenants

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This project's public discussion on

Below are the five latest responses to the dedicated discussion thread for this project:

Mike K.

Nov 07, 2013 at 11:09 am

The tower was approved in December of 2007. Tri-Eagle was banking on BC Ferries becoming the anchor tenant but when Jawl Properties swooped in with Atrium they usurped BC Ferries, as far as I understand, and Gateway Green was put on the back burner until another anchor tenant came along. Unfortunately right around the time this happened the market crashed and pent up demand for downtown office space evaporated almost over night.

Ever since then Tri-Eagle has maintained that the project is shovel-ready and awaiting an anchor tenant.

Realistically speaking if they get the deal the site will be under construction by late winter/early spring 2014 with completion by late 2015/early 2016. It's also a steel building so it should rise relatively quickly.

amor de cosmos

Nov 07, 2013 at 11:25 am

I have a feeling that rotherham building will stick out like a sore thumb in the near future


Nov 07, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Or fall into the background lost from sight.


Nov 07, 2013 at 12:52 pm

Anyone recall when the Rotherham building was built? What was the perception of it at the time? 3 floors in such a prime spot seems a little light on the density.


Nov 07, 2013 at 5:00 pm

3 floors was too much density at the time so they had to add that well loved plaza out back. A fantastic building! Brick? Check! Low Density? Check! 3 stories? Check! Huge useless open space? Check. It's a Victoria dream project.

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