The public opening for Hudson Place One, soon to offer the highest elevated views in Victoria’s downtown core, is taking place this weekend.

The event is scheduled for September 22nd and 23rd from noon to 5pm at 740 Herald Street in the heart of award-winning developer Townline’s Hudson District community.

Once complete, Hudson Place One will soar 25 storeys above the master-planned community, providing unparalleled views of Victoria’s downtown and harbourfront and establishing a new landmark for BC’s capital.


At the event, Townline plans to showcase the collection of well-appointed one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes overlooking the city, mountain, and inner harbour. In all, Hudson Place One encompasses 176 units, with junior one-bedroom suites starting at $374,900 and two-bedroom residences beginning from $606,900.

Those in attendance this weekend have an opportunity to tour Townline’s 4,000-square-foot presentation centre, including a fully-furnished two-bedroom display suite and one-bedroom kitchen vignette.

Guests can find out more about Hudson Place One’s 11,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space as well. The third-floor of the high-rise tower is dedicated to a thoughtful selection of amenities.

Inside, there’s a fitness centre, yoga studio, infrared sauna area, modern business centre, guest suite, hobby room, billiards room and dining and social lounge.

The sophisticated dining area and lounge connects to an open-air entertaining deck with a barbecue and harvest table.

The outdoor amenity space continues with a grassy kids play area, including stepping stones and a slide, and landscaped green space atop the Hudson Place One’s podium.

As the centrepiece of the multi-phase Hudson District, Hudson Place One residents will be surrounded by urban amenities. The historic four-storey Hudson Bay Building, the inspiration for the project’s name, has been restored and is now home to the Victoria Public Market.

The market, which has quickly become a local destination, features at least 28 local merchants serving up locally sourced artisan foods, handcrafted items, farm-fresh produce, and more.

Hudson Place One is also close to Chinatown, Clipper Ferry Terminal, Bay Centre, and the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, a 9,000-seat concert venue and arena.

For more information about Hudson Place One, visit hudsonplaceone.ca and register for updates.

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