Kelowna, B.C.’s. old train station site may get a bit livelier.
Plans for a five-storey mixed-use building, a one-storey commercial building, and an expansion of an existing liquor store next to the Train Station pub, are now in the hands of City of Kelowna building officials.
Forwarding this plan won’t be like most other Kelowna developments, however.
The site at the corner of Ellis Street and Clement Avenue was home to a functioning train station for Kelowna and was built in 1926.
It’s now been converted to a pub, but it’s a designated heritage railway station due to its historical, architectural, and environmental status.