Located in one of the city’s most historical blocks on 119 Kent Street, The BDC place was originally opened in 1989. Then known as the Royal Trust Tower, it was part of a broader downtown Charlottetown development project in the 1970s and 1980s. The BDC Place is connected to the Queen St. parkade as well as the Confederation Court Mall via a pedway across Kent Street.
- Connected to Queen Street Parkade and Confederation Court Mall
- Tenants include:
- CIBC Wood Gundy
- Insight Brand & Marketing Studio
- Public Service Alliance of Canada
- Business Development Bank
BDC Place - 270B (Retail or Office)
119 Kent Street Prince Edward Island
This is a second floor space located in the BDC building, connected to the Confederation Court Mall and Queen St. Parkade. This space was most recently used for a retail shop but could easily be used as an office. It features an open plan main area with storage and a small washroom. There is a back room that could be used as a private office as well as more storage. The back wall has windows facing Queen Street. Located across the hallway from Hojo's Japanese Cuisine and on the same level as the Queen Street Parkade entrance and pedway to Confederation Court Mall.
570 square feet of space.