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Evening of celebration will mark historic rise of Vancouver Island's tallest building

Hudson Place One, a 25-storey condominium tower rising above the 700-block of Herald Street in downtown Victoria's Hudson District, is half-way up its 85-meter height. To commemorate the project's construction progress as it pushes higher on its way to becoming Vancouver Island's tallest building, the development team is holding an evening of celebration next week.

Evening of celebration will mark historic rise of Vancouver Island's tallest building
An evening commemorating two milestones at a landmark downtown Victoria residential project has been scheduled for next week at the Hudson District.
Development firm Townline’s 25-storey Hudson Place One condominium tower, on its way to rising nearly 90 meters above the 700-block of Herald Street, has ascended to its architectural mid-way point while sales of the tower’s 176 up-market suites have pushed north of one hundred.
The duo of achievements, says Hudson Place One’s sales manager Joanne Trudeau, mark an apropos time to bring the community, prospective purchasers and project staff together at a unique open house event commemorating the making of an Island landmark.


“The hype about the height is certainly having a positive impact on our pre-sale campaign and is generating interest among nearby residents and workers,” Trudeau said. “Since we breached the skyline, would-be purchasers have become more inquisitive about the project, and we’re seeing members of the public coming around to observe our construction activities with more frequency. To show our appreciation for this interest, we’re excited to announce an Elevation Celebration at our Herald Street presentation centre to highlight our progress.”
Scheduled 4PM-to-7PM on Thursday, June 6th at 740 Herald Street, Townline’s event will underscore the many benefits of Hudson Place One’s residential offerings, the tower’s market-leading amenity package and the unrivalled views residents can anticipate from their elevated homes. With a relaxed atmosphere complete with refreshments and cocktails, event goers will also have the opportunity to learn about the Hudson District’s past, its future and get an up-close view of the construction site.
Prospective attendees are reminded that the celebration is an RSVP-only engagement; individuals planning to attend are encouraged to fill out a registration form available at Hudson Place One’s website.
Hudson Place One is scheduled to welcome residents to the Hudson District by early 2020. Home to the Victoria Public Market, a collection of condominiums within a restored Hudson’s Bay Company department store and three highrise rental towers, the District is one of downtown Victoria’s most sought after residential nodes home to over 500 completed residences and a popular collection of local businesses. C
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