Over the next 15 years Capital City Centre will be developed in multiple phases. When complete there will be concrete condominium towers, mid-rise residential buildings above retail stores, two-storey townhomes, multi-storey office buildings, and a public plaza that will include a wide array of shops, services, cafes and restaurants, as well as open outdoor space. Commercial anchors include London Drugs – one of the largest retailers of its kind in Western Canada – as well as Royal Bank of Canada, Coast Capital Savings Credit Union, a supermarket, liquor store, and the best collection of character retailers in the region.
Royal Roads University, just a short walk away, is a valued neighbour. Capital City Centre enjoys a close relationship with the educational institution, and will be an extension of campus life and a source of accommodation for both students and faculty.
Construction and sales have begun at Capital City Centre. Office ownership and leasing opportunities are also available, and leasing has commenced.
Capital City Centre is currently well served by public transit, and is on the proposed alignment of the future rapid transit system that will connect the Westshore municipalities to downtown Victoria. Both the Victoria Regional Transit Commission and the BC Transit Board of Directors have approved the transit expansion. When complete, it will offer a safe, convenient, reliable, and "green" transportation alternative to visitors and residents of Capital City Centre.