Annual Christmas Card Fundraiser Results in $3,642 for Local Charities

Thanks to the recipients of our annual holiday ecard through their charity selections, the following donations have been made by Jawl Properties and its affiliates: $1,608 to the Mustard Seed in Victoria $1,486 to the BC Cancer Foundation in Greater Victoria $548 to the Greater Victoria United Way Thank you to everyone who participated in helping us give back to the community.

Times Colonist - Two Towers to Shape New Skyline

Towers rising six and 13 storeys across from Victoria city hall are being designed to bring a dramatic change to a drab block of Douglas Street, now covered by asphalt and old buildings.

Times Colonist - Province of BC and Developers Reach Deal

Most of a large city block near the legislature will be redeveloped into government office buildings, housing, retail and commercial space, and a network of open spaces under a deal between two developers and the province.

VicNews - Atrium Design Garners Award for Victoria Firm

D'Ambrosio Architecture + Urbanism is the latest firm to win an award for work on the Atrium Building at 800 Yates St.

Architecture Canada - 2013 Award of Excellence Green Building

The Atrium provides a thoughtful and elegant intervention in downtown Victoria that promises to provide considerable social, ecological and economic value to a previously largely abandoned urban block.

Douglas Magazine Article - Good as Gold

The Atrium joins an exclusive club of buildings with LEED Gold certification.

Times Colonist Article - Selkirk: From Mill to Modern Community

Twenty years later the last piece of development puzzle is on track.

Times Colonist Article – Commercial Building Awards recognize fit, design, function

The six-storey Atrium building at 800 Yates St. stood tall this week, taking honours in two categories at the 20th annual Commercial Building Awards sponsored by the commercial division of the Victoria Real Estate Board...

BC Hydro Powersmart Feature – The Atrium: Setting a New Standard for Energy Efficiency

Times Colonist – Architect harvests wood award