Rogers Building (Victoria, British Columbia)

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Rogers Building (Victoria, British Columbia)
Roger's Chocolates, Government Street, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 05.jpg
Location913 Government Street
Victoria, British Columbia
V8W 1X5
Coordinates48°25′26.05″N 123°22′4.41″W / 48.4239028°N 123.3678917°W / 48.4239028; -123.3678917Coordinates: 48°25′26.05″N 123°22′4.41″W / 48.4239028°N 123.3678917°W / 48.4239028; -123.3678917
Original useGrocery store
Current useChocolate shop
ArchitectCharles Rogers
Architectural style(s)Hooper and Watkins
WebsiteOfficial Site
Official nameRogers Building National Historic Site of Canada

Rogers Building or Roger's Chocolates is a historic building in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada located at 913 Government Street in Downtown Victoria.

The two storey building was completed in 1903 by architects Hooper and Watkins for Charles Rogers (1854-1927), a grocer who operated from the opposite side of the street before 1903.[1] Rogers Chocolates continues to operated from this site since.

The site designated a historic building in 1991.[2] It is a small Victorian era commercial building with a Queen Anne Revival shopfront, and intact interior fixtures and decorative features.[citation needed]

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