Royal Bay Built: August
Royal Bay Built is your monthly update about what’s being built in this beautiful seaside community. Projects large to small, we’ll cover them all! During the month of August, here’s what the team at Royal Bay accomplished while following the guidance of Provincial health officials.
Putting on the Finishing Touches
There’s nothing better than seeing a community come to life. Whether it’s seeing the finishing touches on new homes or the thoughtful details that makes the community come together, there’s always something happening. August offered perfect weather for boulevard landscaping and tending to gardens.
Royal Bay renovations complete
A three-story renovation is now complete and the portables once in place are now gone from Colwood’s Royal Bay Secondary. Welcoming back 1,400 students, the school district has recently redone the parking lot out front, creating more school parking adjacent to Ryder Hesjedal Way. State-of-the art Royal Bay Secondary continues to be a flagship school within the Sooke School District for students and athletes.
The Final Countdown to Coffee is On
There has been lots of recent activity on site as Sequoia Coffee takes shape. The first coffee shop of its kind in the Capital Region, the progress on the exterior is obvious, and the interior outfitting is taking shape as well. You can imagine the thoughtfulness that is required to masterfully design a coffee shop in a shipping container. If you peek over the fence you can see how the site is taking shape with the landscaping, and the drive-up and walk-up windows now in place. The lawn and plants will green up in the coming weeks as we all await the opening. If you aren’t already, start following Sequoia Coastal Coffee on Facebook and @sequoia_coastal_coffee on Instagram to learn about our soon-to-be neighbour.
We can’t wait to introduce you!