“The Rawlinson & Glaholm Building’s value resides in its role as a gateway building. Located at a prominent intersection, the building marks the western entrance to one of Nanaimo’s oldest commercial areas. The angled corner entry mirrors the entry on the building directly across the street and creates a visual funnel, reinforcing the impression of entering a new and distinct space.”
This historic building is now occupied by The Teak Tree, which sells teak furniture and home decor.
Here is how the building interior currently appears.
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