Last chance: Saanich's 90% sold-out Cadence condo from developer Abstract will close display suite on May 15th
Mike Kozakowski, Citified.ca
Published May 3, 2022
As pre-sales for Abstract Development’s 77-suite Cadence condominium officially near 90% sold-out, the presentation centre for the Saanich project will close on May 15th, Citified has learned.
, coming soon to Quadra Street at Palmer Road, has only eight homes remaining in one-bedroom to two-bedroom plus-den layouts represented by five designer-created floorplans priced from the low $600,000’s.
“As we near a construction start scheduled for this summer, we’re thrilled to have Cadence reach a near sold-out status,” said Tavish Rai, Abstract Developments’ Executive Vice President, adding that “despite only a handful of homeownership opportunities remaining, the selection is surprisingly diverse with desirable smaller units and family-sized residences.”
Abstract will not be holding back any inventory at Cadence, according to Rai, with the last homes – in one-bedroom, junior two-bedroom, two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus-den interiors – currently on display at the developer’s Home Store presentation centre on Douglas Street at Tolmie Avenue.
With its market-leading interiors, Cadence’s nature-inspired layouts present purchasers with a choice between ‘light’ and ‘medium’ palettes that accentuate grain wood cabinetry, quartz countertops and desirable wide plank oak tone flooring atop sound-reducing underlay.
|An exterior rendering of Cadence, coming soon to Quadra Street at Palmer Road in Saanich. The six-storey, 77-suite project is approaching sold-out status. Abstract Developments
Integrated kitchen appliance packages with full-height pantries create functional gourmet focal points in every home, while ample storage space is provided in each layout to take advantage of practical efficiencies.
Expansive windows complement every layout’s nine-foot over-height ceilings to create airy, welcoming rooms, and residences include a spacious exterior patio taking full advantage of Victoria’s mild year-round climate.
The building’s amenities start with the Commons at Cadence, an indoor and outdoor private area for residents comprised of a lounge for socializing, co-working pods, a kitchenette with a pre-wired audio/visual system, and pathways throughout an expansive landscaped garden that incorporates quiet seating areas and even a shared fire bowl.
Parking will be in the form of an underground parkade with ample capacity for vehicles, and residents will have access to a secure bicycle lock-up, a bicycle maintenance workshop area, and a cargo bicycle bike-share program.
Situated along a high-frequency transit network, Cadence residents will have access to public transit connections and destinations such as downtown Victoria, the McKenzie Avenue corridor feeding into UVic and CFB Esquimalt, and many shopping nodes to accommodate car-lite transportation choices for each household.
Crews have already removed homes on several parcels earmarked for the building along the 3800-block of Quadra Street in preparation for construction. As work gets underway later this year, occupancy is slated for early 2024.
Meanwhile, Abstract Developments’ Home Store (at 3198 Douglas Street) will be closing its Cadence presentation centre mid-month as the firm transitions to upcoming pre-sales that include a collection of townhomes in Saanich
on Whittier Avenue and a condominium project in Esquimalt
at the Tillicum Road Bridge.
To learn more about homeownership opportunities at Cadence, and to view the project’s official sales website, click here
. To connect with a sales representative, call 250-590-5130 or email email@example.com to book your private viewing of the Cadence presentation centre at Abstract Developments’ newly opened Home Store at 3198 Douglas Street in Victoria. C
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