Hudson Place One is a 25-storey, 176-suite mixed-use condominium tower with ground floor commercial space at downtown Victoria's Hudson District.
Residences are available in studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, sub-penthouse and penthouse layouts.
Once built, Hudson Place One will become the tallest building in Victoria and on Vancouver Island.
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It's a grower AND a show-er.
The project is also 60% sold-out.
Towering over its neighbours at downtown Victoria's Hudson District, the 25-storey Hudson Place One condominium has claimed the title of the city's tallest building at only 22-storeys in height. Hudson Place One will eventually rise to 85 meters above its Herald Street location.
At 22 of its 25-storeys, Hudson Place One condo tower stands as Victoria's tallest building
It really drives home how tall the HBC building is. With its two modern levels it has only six stories, and yet it's about half as tall as the unfinished HP1 tower (or, if you prefer, the equivalent of 10 or 11 modern residential levels).
Maintenance fees per sq ft too high to make the smaller units an attractive investment?
Isn't that more of an issue for larger suites, as the rates are derived on a per-square-foot basis?
The downtown tower has officially eclipsed Vic West's Promontory and James Bay's Orchard House condominiums as it pushes towards 85 meters.
Celebration planned as Vancouver Island's tallest building, underway on Herald Street in Victoria, breaches the city skyline.
The Hudson District's final phase will push the two block-wide urban renewal project's residential density to nearly 1,000-units.