B.C. Telephone Exchange Building


The B.C.Telephone Exchange Building is a very good example of a vernacular Edwardian style commercial building. The taller building, purchased by B.C. Telephone in 1908, was built around 1900 as a lodge for the Knights of Pythias and featured classical columns and pediments. In 1926, B.C. Telephone purchased the smaller adjacent building and undertook an extensive renovation to visually unify the two buildings. They were later joined with an addition that now forms the main entry.

Street Address

70 Bastion Street
V9R 3A1

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