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Downtown Victoria

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Downtown Victoria
Downtown Victoria looking up Douglas Street.
Downtown Victoria looking up Douglas Street.
CountryCanada
ProvinceBritish Columbia
MunicipalityVictoria
CommunityVictoria
Area
 • Total1.88 km2 (0.73 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)[2]
 • Total6,152
 • Density3,272/km2 (8,470/sq mi)
Canadian Postal code
Area code(s)250

Downtown Victoria is a neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada that serves as the city centre and the central business district for the City of Victoria, and the Greater Victoria regions.

Characteristics

The Gate of Harmonious Interest in Chinatown, a neighbourhood situated in Downtown Victoria.
The Gate of Harmonious Interest in Chinatown, a neighbourhood situated in Downtown Victoria.

The downtown area is an extremely popular place for tourists and local Victorians as that is where many of the movie theatres, stage theatres, hotels, restaurants, pubs, night clubs, and shops are. Many tourist attractions are located in and around the area including Bastion Square, heart of the 19th-century city's professional district. Centennial Square is next to Victoria City Hall; it is used for small venue events such as the Electronic Music Festival, which takes place during the same time period as the BC Day statutory holiday and Symphony Splash. Market Square, towards the northwest end of downtown, is used for small venue concerts and festivals, containing shopping establishments and eateries and is part of the city's "Old Town". Just beyond Market Square and Old Town which is the cultural and historic Chinatown which forms part of the northern end of downtown Victoria. It has a colourful Chinese historical past from the early days of Victoria.

Downtown Victoria contains most of Greater Victoria's and the Capital Regional District's urban high rise office towers.

The Bay Centre shopping mall is located in the middle of downtown. Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, located on the site of the former Victoria Memorial Arena, is the largest sports-entertainment multiplex on Vancouver Island and the second largest in British Columbia outside of the Greater Vancouver area.[citation needed]

Attractions

Places of Interest

The Inner Harbour and The Empress Hotel (centre background), two major attractions in Downtown.
The Inner Harbour and The Empress Hotel (centre background), two major attractions in Downtown.

Events

See also

References

  1. ^ "Downtown Core Area Plan" (PDF). victoria.ca. City of Victoria. Retrieved 8 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Downtown Victoria: First Annual Report on Downtown". downtownvictoria.ca. downtownvictoria.ca. Retrieved 8 January 2021.

External links

This page was last edited on 8 January 2021, at 20:25
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