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Victoria: island life with an urban spin

A garden city on the island

Located on the southernmost tip of Vancouver Island, natural beauty is abound in charming, historic Victoria.

Access to nature

Surrounded by water on three sides, Victoria's rugged coastline is made up of a network of bays, coves, inlets, and beaches. And with a series of lakes nearby, the opportunities for water access are seemingly boundless. Known as the City of Gardens, Victoria's flora and fauna leave little to be desired and with dozens of parks and gardens within city limits, there is much to admire.

Convenient services

As the provincial capital, and the largest metropolitan area on Vancouver Island, Victoria benefits from an enviable selection of 60 schools including the internationally regarded University of Victoria which draws 21,000 students every year. With 10 community centres, locals have access to programming suited to all ages, and the Olympic caliber facilities at Saanich Commonwealth Place set the stage for Victoria's athletes to outpace their mainland equivalents.

BlueSky projects

in Victoria

Coming in 2019, 1002 Pandora will bring over 200 rental homes and a mix of vibrant, local retailers to Victoria's North Park neighbourhood. See all BlueSky projects

Giving back to the community

In partnership with Bosa Family Foundation, we contribute a portion of our profits to provide opportunities for children and youth in our community. See Our Community Initiatives