One of the interesting architectural features will be a cascading waterfall element that originates on the top of the 18-story building flowing towards Fairfield Rd. The waterfall installation terminates at the corner of Douglas and Fairfield and will be the largest example of public art in the city.
Residents will enjoy watching or listening to the sound of gently rushing water from the tranquility of their terraces. Their units feature exquisite Italian kitchens, granite, marble and limestone surfaces, light or dark walnut hardwood flooring, light or dark pinewood cabinets, over-height ceilings, electric fireplaces and air conditioning. Many units also have outdoor gas fireplaces on their terraces.
The buildings will feature a well stocked fitness center and amenity room, an outdoor swimming pool with a large poolside lounge area, secure access and extraordinary views. Many terraces face the Inner Harbour offering unparalleled views of the Sooke Hills and unforgettable sunsets over the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Units at The Falls are investment opportunities. Victoria is a premier tourism and convention destination seeing millions of visitors each year. The Falls will have several units that are rented out on both short and long-term basis. Short term vacation or business rentals can be easily managed and provide a lucrative income during the high seasons.
Victoria’s harbour offers many forms of off-island transportation. The Falls is close to the seaplane terminal, ferries and the heliport. Travel to Vancouver, Seattle, Port Angeles and Bellingham is easy and convenient.
Ocean, luxury, the Inner Harbour, cafés, clubs, culture, fine dining and boutique shopping. Victoria is home to hundreds of extraordinary independent retailers and restaurateurs. It could become your home too. Visit The Falls and see the many ways Victoria’s lifestyle fits you.
NEIGHBOURHOOD INFO FOR DOWNTOWN:
Victoria’s Downtown is the most rapidly growing neighbourhood in the city. New residents of all ages are attracted to the area’s rich historic character and its vibrant waterfront. The downtown has a thriving arts, culture and entertainment district combined with an impressive variety of dining and shopping choices, all within easy walking distance. The Royal BC Museum and Chinatown (Canada’s oldest) are perennial attractions for visitors and Victoria residents. The neighbourhood also hosts celebrated landmarks like the Empress Hotel, provincial Parliament Buildings and the Royal and McPherson Theatres.
The Downtown neighbourhood has green space along the waterfront, which includes Reeson Park near the Johnson Street Bridge. Cridge Park is located to the south, next to the downtown Lawn Bowling Club and renowned Crystal Garden and near the entrance to Beacon Hill Park. Centennial Square, situated next to Victoria’s historic City Hall, is the downtown’s primary venue for events.
Chinese Public School (Chinese language and cultural classes for children and adults)
Victoria Conservatory of Music
Victoria Academy of Ballet
Victoria School of Contemporary Dance
Pacific Design Academy
Over 15 English language schools
Gardens and Markets
The Yates Street Community Garden is operated by the Downtown Residents Association
Bastion Square Public Market runs Thursdays to Sundays between May and end of September
Ship Point Night Market operates Friday and Saturday evenings from mid June to mid September
Neighbourhood info retrieved from the City of Victoria: http://www.victoria.ca/EN/main/residents/neighbourhoods.html
|Address:||707 Courtney St|
|Amenities:||Exercise Room, Pool|