The Customs House development encompasses a full restoration of the historic Customs House building at Wharf and Courtney streets into luxury condominiums. A seven-storey new-build wing will replace a 1959 addition fronting onto Government Street.
16,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space will front onto thoroughfares surrounding the project.
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This is why it's essential that the "most vulnerable" have smart phones.
Free smartphones in many cases. Paid for with your tax dollars.
I guess I thought that was implied, but yes, just one more way my in which tax dollars are being mis-spent. :whyme:
What do you think Used Victoria and Facebook Marketplace are for?
There’s one guy who posts tools on Marketplace all the time. Fingerless gloves on. Always small tools, brand new with tag still on yet he never has a receipt so can’t just return it himself.
Citified shows off the 57-suite luxury condominium – home to Vancouver Island's most expansive condos – slated for summer occupancy.
Near-zero vacancies present opportunity for private investors, while new government programs hope to turn renters into owners.
Only 20 homes remain at the View Street project as developer Mosaic Properties Inc. announces market-leading incentives.
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"Art gallery under the stars" tells of storied history at site of Victoria's luxury Customs House condo development
A series of informative panels now adorn construction fencing around one of the most high-profile developments in Victoria's history.
A record-setting price paid for a condominium on Vancouver Island has firmly placed Victoria on the luxury real-estate radar.
An exclusive inside look at the complicated heritage restoration of a downtown Victoria architectural icon.
Approximately 1,500-units of condominiums and purpose-built rental apartments will receive occupancy status over the next two years.
There may be lots of construction cranes above city streets, but not all projects have available pre-sale condo inventory. Find out what's still selling and what's coming soon.
A 1950's addition to the 103 year-old Customs House building at Wharf and Government streets will be coming down to make way for high-end residences.
The luxury project's top-end suites are likely to fetch millions of dollars above the region's competing high-end condominium residences.
61,000 sq. ft. of office space, 14,000 sq. ft. of commercial space and 43 apartments approved for high profile Government Street property.