This landmark brick building at 1005 Broad Street, at the intersection of Broad Street and Broughton Street, in downtown Victoria was built in 1883-1884 by architect Thomas Trounce for John Weiler (1824-1899), who used it as a warehouse, showroom and manufacturing facility for his furniture business. Thomas Trounce and John Weiler were both Past Masters of Victoria-Columbia Lodge No. 1 in Victoria.
1005 Broad Street is listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places. Here is a map showing its location:
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