Songhees Townhouse

Songhees Townhouse

The Songhees development area features inner-harbour townhouses with magnificent waterfront views. This elegant waterfront townhouse includes 2,638 square feet of finished area on 3 floors. Enter a tiled foyer to a bright formal living room with gas fire place, high ceilings and dining area..

This townhouse has a large bright kitchen, attached family room and eating area. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms including a spacious master bedroom with deluxe ensuite, walk-in closets,  private balcony and double French doors.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

The Legislature Building

The Legislature Building

Overlooking Victoria's majestic Inner Harbour, the Parliament Buildings are open to the public year-round.  Visitors are invited to discover the architectural splendour of the Parliament Buildings and learn about British Columbia's Legislative Assembly.

The Parliament Buildings are open to the public from Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.  Visitors are welcome join one of the regularly-scheduled guided tours or to explore the buildings on their own self-guided tour. 

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

Laurel Point Inn

Laurel Point Inn

Positioned near the entrance to Victoria’s Inner Harbour, the peninsula at Laurel Point is a natural welcoming spot. The First Nations people used this very site for potlatch ceremonies hundreds of years ago. Today, the Inn greets visitors to our shores with equal enthusiasm. In fact, you could say hospitality is in its blood.

Delta Hotel bought the land and built the present building in the 1970s. Recognizing a gem, Paul Arsens (of Paul’s Motor Inn and Paul’s Restaurant) purchased the building and called it the Laurel Point Inn.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

The Atrium - 800 Yates Street

The Atrium - 800 Yates Street

The Atrium Building is seven storey class AA office building with a retail podium located at the corner of Blanshard and Yates Street in the heart of Victoria’s central business district. The building features forward thinking architecture, cutting edge systems and dynamic public areas including a large central atrium.

The building also benefits from ground floor retail offerings including a high quality mix of restaurants, cafes and service oriented businesses.  The Atrium was designed for optimized energy efficiency and environmentally conscious operations.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

Empress Tea Room

Empress Tea Room

The grand-old Fairmont Empress hotel in Victoria, British Columbia sits majestically at the cornerstone of Victoria's sparkling Inner Harbour. This Vancouver Island luxury hotel, located just 100 miles north of Seattle, is located in the province's capital city and features turn of the century architecture, classic beauty and an unrivaled location.

The Empress Hotel, which was constructed at the early 1900's, also features the highly acclaimed Willow Stream Spa regarded as one of the best spas in North America.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral is the episcopal seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of British Columbia, which includes the whole of Vancouver Island. It is built in the Gothic style of the thirteenth century to the design of J.C.M. Keith, who won an international competition in 1896 to obtain this commission.

Further building was delayed by the Depression of the thirties, and then by the Second World War. The western towers were completed in the 1950s and the reconstruction of the East End was completed and consecrated on November 1st 1991.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

Shoal Point Development

Shoal Point Development

Shoal Point is a $110-million landmark residential and commercial development located on the harborfront of Victoria, British Columbia. The Shoal Point development is a successful blend of older architectural stylings with state-of-the-art materials and technology.

Shoal Point features 161 residential units (277,000 square feet) and commercial space (50,000 square feet) fronting on Fisherman's Wharf, all located in an area that was formally occupied by a bulk oil plant. It is the largest residential project in the city of Victoria.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013

 

Victoria Conference Centre

Victoria Conference Centre

With a blend of traditional West Coast culture, modern elegance and fine art, the Victoria Conference Centre fosters a welcoming atmosphere that inspires learning and conversation.

The facility have 73,000 square feet of meeting space, 19 multi-purpose meeting rooms including a large exhibit hall and a 400-seat lecture theatre. The historic Crystal Gardens adds 25,000 sq. ft. of space on a banquet/exhibit level and a mezzanine level. This landmark building is one of the most beautiful venues in Western Canada.

Photography by Daniel Turner  (c) 2013