1 BRS from $244,900. 2 BRS @ $309,900 and only one 3 BR left @ $599,900
Move in date: Phase 1
Move in date: Phase 2
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3811 Rowland Ave
(Uptown Shopping Centre by Starbucks)
Victoria British Columbia
Neighbourhood: Uptown Neighbourhood
Uptown Shopping Centre by Starbucks
Height: 4 Storeys
Number of Units: 2 buildings 38 per building (76)
Smallest Unit: 592 sq.feet
Largest Unit: 1410 sq.feet
Construction: Concrete Underground and Wood frame
Parking: Car garage
Built Green silver certification.
Private yards for all ground floor condos.
About Uptown Place
Looking for real estate at WestShore prices…without having to move there? Uptown Place is your ticket. Offering spacious suites, thoughtful design and classy amenities, Uptown Place’s 76 homes start in the low $200,000s for a one-bedroom condo (~650 square feet); the low $300,000s for a two-bedroom condo (~843 square feet); and range up from $500,000 for three bedrooms condo (~1,410 square feet).
Centrally located and brimming with contemporary features, Uptown Place is the newest innovation by TriEagle Developments, a family-owned group that’s been building commercial properties and residential developments in Victoria since the 1980s. Among TriEagle’s recent projects are Ironwood at Gorge Vale, Centennial Walk in Royal Oak and Polo Park in Central Saanich, as well as a stunning new cedar-and-glass commercial building near the corner of Shelbourne and Cedar Hill Cross. Longtime Victoria BC developer Spencer Lee, along with his sons Cory, Travis and Fraser, will partner once again with developers Mike and Dave Jawl to bring the project to life (an earlier partnership saw them working together on Ironwood). Sales will begin at the end of April.
Not only is Uptown Place a stone’s throw from amenities like Future Shop and Wal-Mart (and let’s not ever forget Noodle Box), it’s cleverly located at the junction of major transportation arteries: Douglas leads upisland; Blanshard takes you to the ferries; the Galloping Goose runs you straight downtown on two wheels. “We’re trying to be in a comparable price point to being in the WestShore without being in the WestShore,” says Marketing Manager Cory Lee. “We want to prove that people don’t have to move out there if they work in Victoria. They can be home forty-five minutes earlier every day because they don’t have to do the Colwood Crawl
These condos are purpose-designed to suit the needs of today’s busy yet discriminating buyer. Foodies will delight in the ¾-inch engineered quartz countertops, contemporary Italian laminate cabinetry with stainless steel edge-pulls, and energy-efficient cabinet lighting and recessed pot lighting throughout.
TriEagle will break ground on this exciting condo development this June, with completion of the first building, the Huxley, slated for September 2014. Curious for more? Stop by the Uptown Place kiosk outside Starbucks at – where else? – Uptown Shopping Centre.