Wine Country Welcome Centre has upcoming plans to expand the
facility at its current site location to include 16
boutique retail stores. Implementation of
proposed to feature a rustic boardwalk style development of
boutique stores with tenants offering value added wine related
arts, crafts and other products to the
are made in the conceptual plan for a blend of key anchor and
This property development will incorporate 16
cabana style retail "shops" constructed of rough lumber, corrugated
steel roofing, and exterior store fronts that allow visible opening
to the exterior boulevard.
As has been the case with the completed
phase 1 development of the Toasted Oak Wine Bar & Grill and VQA
Wine Store in the renovated old Oliver firehall, renowned Okanagan
architect Robert Mackenzie was once again consulted for
his meaningful input and renderings (on Phase II of the
development (see below).
Site location is along the existing retaining
wall frontage parallel to Highway 97 and downtown Oliver's main
street. The development will comprise 16 total units in two
offset levels, creating a boulevard and boardwalk type effect
- offering an attractive presentation both for the tenants and
visitors to the facility.
These boutique stores will be positioned for
rent to both long term anchor tenants as well as seasonal craft and
produce merchants. The merchandise and tenants will
be formulated to be consistent with both the quality and
overall theme of the Vintners' Village.
If you are interested in seeing
your business located and positioned within this unique real estate
development, please contact us for