Growing with Langford
Join us as we usher in a new era in the beautiful city we call home.
About District 56
We believe in an activated community for residents and businesses. As the flagship development of Design Build Services, District 56 invigorates the city we call home. Among the first mass timber structures on Vancouver Island, Terminus brings an eco-friendly choice for businesses to connect with residents and visitors, and bring their ideas to life; Tallwood 1 provides beautiful living spaces featuring modern amenities.
Looking to locate in Downtown Langford? District 56 offers commercial opportunities for local businesses to connect with local residents and visitors in the fastest growing community in British Columbia.
Thoughtfully constructed with revolutionary mass timber and brimming with sustainable features like EV Charging and Geothermal Heating, you’ll find comfort in choosing District 56 to live, work, and play.
Offering one, two and two bedroom + den options for rent, District 56 features a residential tower that is uniquely designed with mass timber and offers affordable, stylish urban living. All units are pet friendly.
Located in the heart of Downtown Langford, District 56 is a livable, walkable community, designed to give you a vibrant lifestyle, filled with amenities you’ll enjoy every day of the year.
Offices after pandemic will “balance physical and virtual work” says Perkins and Will interior design director
Offices after coronavirus should be designed for meetings and socialising while focused work should take place at home, says Perkins and Will interior designer Meena Krenek, who has
Tallwood I at District 56 revitalizes downtown Langford, harmoniously integrating residential and commercial spaces into an invigorated community June 24, 2020, Announcement Highlights: Tallwood I
The fastest-growing cities in the province are on Vancouver Island, with Island communities taking up five of the top-10 fastest-growing slots and Langford topping them
Downtown Langford’s leading 5-storey, mass timber commercial space is moving along! Check out this time-lapse including the installation of our geothermal field and electric vehicle
For us the name Terminus was inspired by the idea of crossroads and junctions, a place where the stories of people, businesses, and ideas begin.
VICTORIA – Changes to Canada’s national building code could prove promising for an ailing forestry industry. Starting in 2020, the national building code of Canada
Building a community is more than just infrastructure. People and businesses are its heart and soul. Find a home for your company or business in District 56 and be a corner stone in this thriving new space. Get in touch for more info.