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Public unveiling of Hudson Place One presentation centre to launch sales campaign

An artist's rendering of Hudson Place One. Now rising along the 700-block of Herald Street in downtown Victoria, the 25-storey tower will become Vancouver Island's tallest building upon completion in 2020. The sales campaign for the 176-unit condominium launches this Saturday at noon.  Townline

Public unveiling of Hudson Place One presentation centre to launch sales campaign
MIKE KOZAKOWSKI, CITIFIED.CA
One of Victoria’s most anticipated condominium pre-sale campaigns is celebrating its public opening this weekend at downtown Victoria’s masterplanned Hudson District.
 
Developer Townline will formally unveil Hudson Place One, a collection of intelligently designed one, two and three-bedroom residences offering Victoria’s highest elevated views of the downtown core, the animated Inner Harbour, the Salish Sea and Washington State’s Olympic Mountain Range.
 
Hudson Place One's private garden.
An artist's rendering of Hudson Place One's private garden. The green space is one of the tower's many amenities accessible from an 11,000 square foot third floor amenity area.  Townline
 
Rising to 25-storeys along the 700-block of Herald Street at the Victoria Public Market’s carriageway, Hudson Place One will stand as the Island’s tallest building upon completion in early 2020 and mark the most prominent development phase of the Hudson District.
 
The tower’s 176 luxury residences – priced from $374,900 – feature spa-inspired bathrooms, world-class kitchens and opulent finishings with smartly-designed living spaces that maximize utility while taking advantage of the views beyond.
 
The showroom display suite's living area at a unit in Hudson Place One.
Hudson Place One's display suite at 740 Herald Street in downtown Victoria.  Vince Klassen
 
Hudson Place One’s extensive amenity offerings begin with full concierge services, a fresh room with cold and dry storage for resident’s deliveries, an electronic parcel delivery room and secure bicycle storage with a repair station conveniently accessible through a separate entrance next to the lobby.
 
The tower’s third floor is designated as an 11,000 square foot indoor and outdoor amenity space featuring private gardens, a dining and social lounge, a yoga room, a hobby room, a business centre and a guest suite. Residents will also enjoy a fitness centre, a billiards room overlooking the gardens and an infrared sauna.
 
Hudson Place One's entrance lobby.
Hudson Place One's entrance lobby as seen from the carriageway entrance to the Victoria Public Market.  Townline
 
Situated next to the Public Market and minutes by foot to Chinatown, grocery stores and downtown Victoria's eclectic mix of retail amenities, Hudson Place One gives residents the very best of a walkable lifestyle in the heart of the city.
 
The public opening of Hudson Place One’s 4,000 square foot presentation centre at 740 Herald Street begins at noon on Saturday, September 22nd, through 5PM and again on Sunday noon-through-5PM. C
  
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