This couple is happy to have found the perfect home!

The harbourfront home you’ve been waiting for comes to Downtown Victoria

The Pearl Residences celebrate the best of the city

The uncertainty of this year has brought many of us a newfound appreciation for the most important things in our lives, including the people and places that surround us. And as we consider what we want for our future, that may well include how and where we live!

“With so many people redefining their plans for the future, we and the Farmer Construction team feel profoundly privileged to be a part of that process for our homeowners,” notes Jessica Pryde, of Pearl Residences.

The harbourfront homes boast some incredible views!

The harbourfront homes boast some incredible views!

Breaking ground in early December, the eight-storey Store Street development overlooking Victoria’s Upper Harbour is expected to be completed in the autumn of 2022, bringing a selection of homes ranging from studios to two bedrooms with a den.

Homebuyers are appreciating the opportunity to purchase in the vibrant neighbourhood filled with inviting local shops and celebrated restaurants, not to mention the nearby amenities that make it a cyclist’s dream and a walker’s paradise!

And with units selling quickly, there’s no better time than now to explore the possibilities of your future home: Say hello to Pearl’s Dream Team.

Kimberly Williams Interiors Interior design showcases bright, timeless spaces with quality finishings and energy-efficient systems.

Kimberly Williams Interiors Interior design showcases bright, timeless spaces with quality finishings and energy-efficient systems.

  1. Farmer Construction, Victoria’s landmark developers – Since 1951, Farmer Construction has built a reputation as one of Victoria’s most distinguished industry leaders. Led by a creative and innovative team, acclaimed local developers Brian Scroggs, Terry Farmer and Murray Farmer continue their legacy with this inspired 133-unit residential project in the heart of Old Town.
  2. Architecture by D’Ambrosio Architecture + Urbanism – This award-winning team has been designing Victoria’s most beautiful buildings since 1991. Their one-of-a-kind design principles create places perfect for both public and private life, sharing meaningful projects that embody their surroundings – a location’s purpose, place, ecology and cultural context. Pearl Residences embrace the the best of vibrant, relaxed modern living, anchored in the upscale elegance of a concrete and steel design.
  3. Interior design from Kimberly Williams Interiors – This talented design team shares years of experience creating functional, timeless spaces. Boasting a clean, comfortable and contemporary style, Pearl’s bright, well-appointed interiors boast quality finishings and energy-efficient systems for an exceptionally livable home. With a variety of floorplans to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your lifestyle!
The functional and comfortable spaces make for an exceptionally livable home.

The functional and comfortable spaces make for an exceptionally livable home.

“We’re excited about the project and it’s important for us to work with the community,” Pryde says. “We proud to be working with partners and to have a project that’s locally owned and operated.”

The Pearl Residences is set to transform the harbour landscape, giving locals the opportunity to live amid the best the city has to offer, built by the best the city has to offer!

Visit them online to learn more.

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