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The Atrium raises the bar for future developments

In addition to the attractive food and retail collective, this LEED Certified building has an impressive array of unique environmental features, such as the recycled bronze and copper exterior facade, rain gardens to collect and filter rainwater run-off, and the interior atrium tresses are constructed of wood destroyed by BC’s Pine Beetle infestation. Underneath this buzz, away from public view, is a large and well laid out recycling and composting area for all tenants to utilize; proving Jawl’s commitment to environmental responsibility is more than skin deep. This impressive public space with its park-like setting exists inside The Atrium. When night falls, this is at least one part of Victoria that doesn’t shut down. The restaurants are open late and the central atrium lends itself well as an arts and culture venue, where recently Pacific Opera Victoria held a successful gala fundraiser in the near perfect acoustic space. With many new condominium developments emerging in the downtown area, such as up-and-coming 601 Herald, The Juliet, The Falls, The Cherry Bank and The Hudson, to name only a few, the popularity of urban living is on the rise in Victoria. Local residents now have a new place to gather, dine and even partake in meaningful events benefiting the community. The Atrium offers a variety of great food and attractive local businesses all in one stunning building, raising the bar for future developments in the downtown core. The Atrium is located at 800 Yates Street in Victoria, BC. For more details or leasing information, visit A view of the Atrium from the corner of Douglas St. and Yates St. Jed Grieve: Owner of Cook Culture, Victoria’s newest cooking school and cook shop. Beautiful lines and curves define the interior of the Atrium There's a constant buzz and a real sense of community. The baristas at Habit Coffee