Market-leading purchase incentives announced for un-sold condominiums at The Railyards development’s Horizon 2 building are targeting buyers in search of a move-in ready residence or investment property.
With municipal approvals just around the corner for the final phase of Le Fevre & Company’s 13-acre masterplanned community, the newly-built Horizon 2 is poised for a quick sell-out ahead of developer Chris Le Fevre’s culmination of nearly two decades of Railyards construction with the launch of the final phase.
Ready to move on to the final phase, the development team is offering generous pricing discounts before launching the final build.
“Horizon 2 is down to a handful of units, including a top floor two-bedroom suite with two parking stalls, and we’d like to enter the final phase with a clean sales sheet,” says Joe Sopp, Sales Director at Le Fevre & Company. “At this time significant price discounts on all remaining inventory will come into play as we shift our focus towards the final phase.”
Completed earlier this year, the four-storey, 40-unit Horizon 2 is comprised of a mix of one and two-bedroom residences ranging from 557 to 969 square feet. Parking is in the form of an underground parkade with capacity for 53 vehicles.
The purchase incentive program launches March 15th, and initially only to those who have registered through The Railyards website. Interested parties can still register at http://therailyards.ca/registration.html
Le Fevre & Company’s Railyards community has burgeoned into an in vogue, mixed- use neighbourhood since its first residents called it home over 15 years ago.
The development’s contemporary design cues brought together Maritimes vibrancy and elements of Victoria’s industrial past to the western shores of the Upper Harbour, an area formerly dominated by railroad staging facilities and shipbuilding.
Since inception, the masterplan has delivered a modern neighbourhood with an upbeat coastal flair unlike anything Victoria had ever seen, and the market responded with a steady uptake of nearly 500 homes throughout seven condominium buildings and eight rows of multi-level townhomes that straddle the shoreline between Bamfield Park and the Point Ellice Bridge (commonly referred to as the Bay Street Bridge).
Construction of the final phase, consisting of approximately 90 homes throughout a mid-rise landmark tower, is expected to begin by late 2019. C
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