(Pacific Maritime Centre photo rendering/bccommercialproperty.ca)

An extensive development project in Langford is moving into its next phase and seeking tenants for a new office tower.

The tower is part of the planned Pacific Maritime Centre (PMC), a $87 million complex that will also include a new Maritime Museum, a performing arts theatre and a new conference centre at 790 McCallum Rd.

The PMC is being built in partnership between the City of Langford and the Maritime Museum of BC.

The Maritime Museum says that Coldwell Banker Commercial Oceanside Real Estate has been hired to represent the Museum’s interests in identifying tenants for the first floor of the office tower.

The proposed leasing project will provide up to 90,000 sq. ft. of AAA office space. The building is also expected to include free onsite parking and onsite daycare services.

“This project aligns with Council’s commitment to enhance arts and cultural opportunities in Langford, and supports Council’s vision to create more commercial office space so residents don’t have to commute outside the City for work,” stated Langford Mayor Stew Young.

The Maritime Museum says that the project is on its way to becoming ‘shovel-ready’ and is expected to generate hundreds of short-term construction jobs as well as several new full and part-time jobs in the community.

Representatives from Coldwell Banker Commercial Oceanside Real Estate will be seeking expressions of interest from government, non-government organizations and the business community regarding leasing opportunities in the coming weeks.

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