Tresah West is a 12-storey, 179-suite condominium project situated between the 600-blocks of Speed and Frances avenues in the City of Victoria's Mayfair District, a burgeoning area of the Burnside-Gorge neighbourhood.
The tower will be constructed of mass timber technology utilizing cross-laminated and glue-laminated timber.
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Several units were released to MLS today, including this 2-bed, 2-bath home: https://www.realtor.ca/real-estate/24946467/1008-611-speed-ave-victoria-mayfair
The low-rise (wood frame) portion of this project appears to be reaching its full height.
Yes, it's all full height now.
603 - 629 Speed Ave.
SPRING 2023 COMPLETION - ONLY $10,000 DEPOSIT REQUIRED! Tresah is an exclusive collection of modern condominiums, located in the heart of Victoria’s Midtown. This growing & vibrant neighbourhood is right next door to the Galloping Goose Trail, Gorge Waterway and within minutes to some of the city's best parks and downtown. Tresah East is a 6 storey wood-framed building with 68 homes. Thoughtful interior design and finishes, featuring 8'11'' ceilings, wide-plank oak flooring, quartz countertop and backsplashes in kitchen and bathrooms, stainless appliance package, in-suite laundry and advanced soundproofing throughout. Suite 603 is a TOP FLOOR north facing studio plan. Brought to you by local developer, Mike Geric Construction, Tresah offers an outdoor dog area, secure bike parking, two MODO Car Share electric vehicles & is conveniently located to transit, shopping and dining.
A bunch of units just hit the MLS:
905 - 611 Speed Ave.
Tresah is an exclusive collection of modern condominiums, located in the heart of Victoria’s Midtown. This growing & vibrant neighbourhood is right next door to the Galloping Goose Trail, Gorge Waterway and within minutes to some of the city's best parks & downtown. Residents of Tresah West can take advantage of central heating/cooling and hot water in their strata fees, a lobby lounge, roof top patio with outdoor kitchen and expansive views PLUS a smart home control panel that allows full automation of lighting, window coverings and security. Suite 905 is a spacious one bedroom plan with a balcony and underground parking. Choose from two beautiful colour palettes. Tresah is brought to you by local developer, Mike Geric Construction and offers secure bike parking, two MODO Car Share electric vehicles & is located within walking & cycling distance to shopping, dining & outdoor recreation. Estimated Completion early 2024.
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