View Royal's family and pet-friendly Skyeview condominium launches final sales program
Mike Kozakowski, Citified.ca
Published August 11, 2022
The final pre-sale campaign for View Royal’s upcoming Skyeview condominium
has been released with a collection of seven pet and child-friendly two-bedroom homes.
Last winter, TLA Developments culminated its initial pre-sale campaign by reaching a targeted 75% sold-out status for the 37-unit project (see website
), now rising at 242-244 Island Highway west of Admirals Road at Craigflower Road, with completion earmarked for early 2023.
“Skyeview’s final suite release represents a fantastic collection of two-bedroom, two-bath condominiums sized roughly between 800 and 900 square feet, at pricing starting from the high $500,000s,” said Chris Bradley, co-founder of TLA Developments.
The four-storey complex, designed by Alan Lowe Architect, offers homes big on space with smart layouts and quality material finishings that make suites perfect for young families and pets, a top-of-mind consideration for the company.
“We recognize that the make-up of the family home is changing, and families are more often choosing condominium residences in lieu of townhomes or single-family-dwellings, and for that reason we strive to make our homes suitable for children and accommodating to pets,” said Troy Grant, Bradley’s partner, adding that “with every project we bring to the market, pricing attainability is equally as important as supplying the right type of housing for a changing market.”
|Skyeview, now under construction along the 200-block of Island Highway in the Townshio of View Royal, is slated for completion next year. Off-site framing is currently being readided for transport to the site, and will begin rising soon. TLA Developments |
Attainable pricing, however, doesn’t mean forgoing new-build luxuries or quality materials, Grant says. The developer remarks that TLA prides itself on managing its construction projects in-house, and delivers efficiencies back into their units to help Victorians make the jump from rental housing to homeownership, or to ascend the housing ladder.
“A key driver behind Skyeview is to help bridge the gap between renting an apartment and owning a home or transitioning into a larger home, and our commitment is always to help our purchasers do so without compromising on space and function, with durable flooring and surfaces, energy efficiency and a high-grade interior design,” Grant said.
Every home at Skyeview includes a parking stall within a secured surface and underground parkade. Storage is also included, as is access to a bicycle locker.
The Old Island Highway corridor, meanwhile, offers residents high frequency transit connections to multiple employment nodes, post-secondary campuses, schools and both Victoria-area hospitals. A nearby shopping centre featuring a Thrifty Foods and multiple retail amenities fits well with a car-free or car-lite lifestyle, and the newly completed E&N Rail Trail connects cyclists to downtown Victoria or the West Shore on a seperated cycling track.
To learn more about Skyeview, and to connect with the sales team, visit the Skyeview website here.
With over 20 years of experience in the real-estate development industry, Grant and Bradley have been involved in numerous development undertakings, including a high-profile proposal in Esquimalt known as The Sterling
, and an upcoming pre-sale in Saanich’s Shelbourne Valley known as Ferrell
(pre-sales launching soon). C
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