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Presale Condos in Victoria, BC

The City of Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Victoria, with its natural beauty, and modern cityscape enjoys the best climate in Canada. Read more…

The City of Victoria has stunning rare British heritage charm. The ocean and mountain vistas and scenic city make Victoria a very special place to live.
Millions of visitors enjoy the natural beauty, temperate climate and charm Victoria has to offer every year.

Named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.  Victoria is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest beginning in 1843. It has retained a large number of its historic buildings.   The two most famous landmarks, Parliament Buildings (finished in 1897 and home of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) and the Empress hotel (opened in 1908). 

The City of  Victoria Amenities

  • Population: 83,000
  • Serves as the metropolitan core for a region of 360,000
  • Capital City of British Columbia
  • Incorporated on August 2, 1862
  • Over 3 million visitors annually Tourism Victoria
  • Average of  2,183 hours of sunshine each year
  • Average rainfall is 66.5 centimetres per year
  • 1,600 signature hanging baskets displayed each summer
  • Victoria is known as the City of Gardens with its perfect climate for growing. The city has an annual flower count of over 3.4 billion.
  • Victoria’s Chinatown is the oldest in Canada, and Fan Tan Alley is the narrowest street in Canada.
  • Victoria is one of the top 15 Friendliest Cities in the world.
  • Canada’s Best City to Live in for Women,
  • Seventh Best City and Second Best Small City in the world (by international travel and tourism magazine, Condé Nast).
  • As the provincial capital, the Parliament buildings have bright lights nightly.
  • One of the most bike-friendly cities in Canada. With hundreds of kilometres of cycle paths, including the Galloping Goose Regional Trail.
  • Half a million cups of tea are served annually at the Fairmont Empress.
  • Local Farming Vancouver Island has over 2,800 farms, with nearly 1,000 in the Greater Victoria Region and 700 in the Cowichan Valley.
  • The world’s tallest totem pole is in Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park.
  • Vancouver Island as one of the best cold-water diving destinations on earth, recognized by National Geographic and Jacques Cousteau Society.
  • In the waters off Victoria, there are three resident pods of orca (killer) whales totalling 76 whales.
  • The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has the most fabulous collection of Asian art in Canada.
  • There are over one million annual visitors to Butchart Gardens
  • The Royal BC Museum is one of the foremost cultural institutions in the world.
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