CTV News - 10-storey Office Building pitched for downtown Victoria movie theatre site
Local development company Jawl Properties is hoping to redevelop the Capitol 6 theatre site in downtown Victoria into a 10-storey office building.
Times Colonist - Last piece of puzzle for Capital Park project
Construction is starting on the new Capital Park Residences at a six-acre, mixed use James Bay project. "It's the last piece of the puzzle," said Brian McCauley, president and chief executive of Concert Properties, which is partnering with Jawl Properties in developing the $250-million multi-phased project behind the legislature.
Times Colonist - Grocery store opens at Capital Park in James Bay
Shelves are stocked and produce is stacked for today's opening in James Bay of the Red Barn Market's seventh location in the capital region.
Times Colonist - Civil servants move into 1st phase of giant project near legislature
The first phase of the massive Capital Park commercial and residential development behind the B.C. legislature in James Bay is nearing completion.
Victoria News - Capital Park development in Victoria moving closer to fruition
When Robert Jawl looks at the Capital Park development behind the legislature, he envisions a dynamic, sustainable mixed-use community.
Victoria News - Bike sharing program spins into action
When Karen Jawl looks at downtown Victoria, she sees a lack of parking and a heavy investment in cycling infrastructure.
Times Colonist - New office buildings filling fast
The Jawl family's new office development at Douglas Street and Pandora Avenue will be home to the BC Investment Management Corp as well as technology firms and other companies.
Times Colonist - Red Bark Market to open grocery store near legislature
Red Barn Market will open a 6,000 square foot grocery store and deli in the new Capital Park development near the legisltaure in James Bay.
Times Colonist - James Bay library branch in city's good books
A new library branch apparently will find a prominent home in the new Capital Park development behind the lgislature in James Bay.
Globe and Mail - Victoria Goes From Frumpy to Funky
When architect Franc D'Ambrosio came to Victoria in 1989, buying a good cup of tea was a piece of cake. Coffee addicts, on the other hand, didn't fare so well.