232 Locke Street South is a charming Victorian building with 1,412 square feet of commercial space available. When constructed during the late 1800s, it was in the heart of a neighbourhood occupied by railroad workers and their families. Today, Locke Street South is a diverse and thriving shopping district in the lively Kirkendall neighbourhood, just beneath the Niagara Escarpment.
232 Locke Street South is a two-storey brick building that has been upgraded for commercial purposes while retaining its original charm. The authentic brick exterior and peaked roof echo its Victorian origins while the open-concept main level supports a thoroughly modern shopping or dining experience.
232 Locke Street South is surrounded by boutiques, cafes, niche retail outlets, and professional services frequented by locals and visitors alike. Locke Street also holds street festivals throughout the year, including Spring Blooms on Locke, the September Locke Street Festival, and the Christmas Open House.