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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does my french maid count as a european dishwasher?
"close to downtown and many parks including Stadacona Park, Pioneer Square and Royal Athletic Park.
Ok then.. and while RAP is called a park, normally you need to pay to enter, but I suppose if the shower isn't working in your unit..
The NPNA, DRA, and other neighbourhood associations might want to take note. If 1204 Yates is indeed close to Pioneer Square and Stadacona Park even though it's a few blocks away from either of them, then does that mean the lack of a park or green space on every frickin' block isn't such a deficiency after all?
Construction starts on 23-storey Blanshard Street rental tower; marks final phase of downtown's Hudson District
Following the completion of Hudson Place One, 23-storey Hudson Place Two gets underway at 1700 Blanshard Street.
Victoria's built form reaches new milestone as Island's tallest building, 25-storey Hudson Place One condo, completes
85 meter tall residential tower will welcome residents to Victoria's Hudson District in July.
Pre-sale condo industry well suited to COVID-19's social distancing thanks to early adoption of tech and Internet-based services for purchasers
Condo industry's sales techniques already well adapted to changes brought upon by coronavirus.
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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.
Pre-sales begin this week for the 176-unit Hudson Place One, Vancouver Island's tallest building.
Pacifica Housing's newest affordable rental complex is nearing completion along the 600-block of Goldstream Avenue.
History made with Victoria's approval of Vancouver Island's tallest building.
Following nearly a year of excavation, a construction start is imminent for the 25-storey Hudson Place One tower in downtown Victoria.
Approximately 1,500-units of condominiums and purpose-built rental apartments will receive occupancy status over the next two years.
A proposal to build the Island's tallest condominium tower along the 700-block of Herald Street has been reduced from 29-storeys to 25.
From the ground up: design of Island’s tallest tower influenced by historic landmark, pedestrian realm
The design of Vancouver Island's future tallest tower began at the pedestrian level and worked its way up.
Victoria's Hudson Place One tower could eclipse Nanaimo's 26-storey Beacon condominium complex and claim the title of Vancouver Island's tallest building.
At a block party celebrating the residents and tenants of the Hudson District, developer Townline unveiled the conceptual design and details of the City's upcoming tallest building.
Excavation crews have set to work on preparing the foundation for two residential towers at downtown Victoria's Hudson District, one of which could rise to 30-storeys.
If built, a proposal to build Vancouver Island's tallest building in Victoria will climb past Nanaimo's present-day 26-storey record-holder.
Exclusive: Owners of Yates Street Taphouse confirmed as proponents behind brewpub and distillery near arena
Downtown Victoria publicans have been named as the proponents behind a brewpub proposal at The Hudson District.
Big changes are on the horizon for Victoria's skyline as demand for housing makes the case for taller buildings in the City's downtown core and surrounding areas.
A long-empty restaurant space will get a new lease on life as other changes are confirmed for the popular downtown marketplace.
16-storey rental tower with ground floor retail space one of four residential buildings planned to rise within five years at the Hudson District.
A rezoning application currently before the City of Victoria is seeking approval for a liquor distillery or a craft beer brewery in downtown Victoria's north end.