Cover Architecture plans move to new building in the Fall of 2019

Cover Architectural Collaborative Inc. is a multidisciplinary firm working across a wide range of scales and project types.

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An artist's rendition of the future renovations planned for Cover Architecture's new building.

An artist's rendition of the future renovations planned for Cover Architecture's new building. — Photo courtesy Cover Architecture

Nelson’s Cover Architecture will be on the move in the relatively near future. The company has posted information about their upcoming move this fall to their newly purchased building.

"Cover has purchased a 2-storey commercial building at 96 Baker Street, Nelson BC. We are creating a contemporary streetscape with main floor storefronts that will add to the redevelopment of the Railtown neighbourhood.”

Cover added, “We are looking for commercial tenant(s) seeking a new space – 2,300 square feet or less. Space will be available by September 1, 2019. If you are interested in becoming a tenant at 96 Baker, please contact: Alie Warnes, Office Manager ([email protected])"

Old brick building.

The current building, located in Nelson's Railtown neighbourhood, was originally built by the CPR and served as their operational headquarters. Future renovations include a contemporary streetscape with main floor storefronts. — Photo courtesy Keith Powell

The brick building, which will become Cover’s new home, is located at the south entrance to Nelson’s developing Railtown commercial neighbourhood. The building was originally built by the CPR in the late 1950’s and served as their operational headquarters for many years.

Cover Architectural Collaborative Inc. is a multidisciplinary firm working across a wide range of scales and project types including architecture, planning, landscape design, interior design and industrial design. Based in beautiful Nelson BC, we provide services throughout Western Canada.

Their portfolio includes residential, mixed use, healthcare, commercial, hospitality, municipal, industrial, institutional, spiritual and recreational. We create solutions that are responsive to the client while supporting healthy, sustainable, and vibrant communities.

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