Rogers Building (Victoria, British Columbia) facts for kids
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|Location||913 Government Street
Victoria, British Columbia
|Original use||Grocery store|
|Current use||Chocolate shop|
|Architectural style(s)||Hooper and Watkins|
|Official name: Rogers Building National Historic Site of Canada|
The two-storey building was completed in 1903 by architects Hooper and Watkins for Charles Rogers (1854–1927), a grocer who operated from the opposite side of the street before 1903. Rogers Chocolates continues to operate from this site since.
The site was designated a historic building in 1991. It is a small Victorian era commercial building with a Queen Anne Revival shopfront, and intact interior fixtures and decorative features.
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