Capital Park Residences is the final phase of Capital Park, a mixed-use office, retail and residential project in James Bay's legislative precinct.
The final phase is comprised of three buildings fronting the 500-block of Michigan Street.
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...why does absolutely everything have to be so manipulative and insincere?
Manipulated outrage makes people cynical. Cynicism disengages people from the political process. Fewer people engaged leads to fewer voters at the polls. Fewer voters makes it easier to win elections.
And yes I am fully aware I am helping to drag this thread off topic. Mods have my full permission to move my relevant posts to a more appropriate thread.
Or the IKEA thread.
Fewer voters makes it easier to win elections.
If nobody votes would we still call them elections?
Completion of James Bay's Capital Park arrives in tandem with sell-out of its 113 condos and townhomes
Capital Park's final three buildings comprised of condominiums and townhomes are now completed, and sold-out.
Final sales phase at James Bay's 113-suite Capital Park Residences nearing completion along Michigan Street.
November 14th will be the final time purchasers can view the project's show suite and market-leading interactive displays.
Mixed-use residential and commercial development seeks highest environmental accreditation in Canada.
The all-concrete condominium and townhome project in Victoria's legislative precinct is now underway along the 500-block of Michigan Street.
First-in-BC technology delivers new experience for homebuyers at James Bay's Capital Park Residences
Concert Virtual™ technology at the Capital Park Residences presentation centre has replaced a traditional pre-sale showroom focal point with a interactive alternative.
113-home complex to complete the multi-phased Capital Park development adjacent to James Bay's legislative precinct.