502-A Pembroke St
Canada V8Z 4H7
|Address||400 3564-B Ryder Hesjedal Way|
|Sub Area||Royal Bay|
|Property Type||Apartment Unit|
|Floor Space||908 Square Feet|
|Lot Size||908.00 Square Feet|
The newest phase of ELIZA is here!! The best of the best - Top floor Corner home in the much anticipated, ELIZA South! Life at ELIZA is about simplicity - Sunset views and strolls along the ocean's edge. It's about BBQs with family on the common rooftop patio, spending an afternoon tending to your flowers in the community garden or walking to The Commons retail village to grab a bite. Inside your home you'll find light- flooded spaces that embrace a contemporary design finished to a luxurious standard. From stainless steel appliances to custom cabinetry & quartz islands - no detail has been overlooked. Each floor plan is complete with ensuite baths and walk-in closets. You can cancel that gym membership, instead just pop into the resident only gym or dash outside for an oceanside jog with your dog. That's right, dogs of all sizes are welcome! There’s even a built-in dog washing station. Come visit our Sale Centre today and see what ELIZA South has to offer!
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With a background in commercial sales and specializing in project sales and marketing, Tony has an extensive history in the Victoria real estate market. He is also a well-known leader in the real estate community and is often featured in presentations or asked for his insights on condo-related media stories. Tony is a perennial MLS Gold Award winner and has also won the prestigious MLS Special Gold Award. From 2011-2015, Tony was the number one Realtor for number of strata sales.
Tony is a former member of Canada’s National Cycling Team and was awarded the Fair Play Award in 2002. He is also an avid runner, road and mountain cyclist, crossfit athlete, and triathlon competitor. Sport has played a massive role in Tony’s life, teaching him a strong work ethic, how to be a team player, and how to lead. Together with his wife, Erinne, who is a 2008 cycling Olympian, he wants to help ensure as many kids get a chance to play organized sports as he can. They have started an initiative called Guardian Athlete (www.guardianathlete.ca) to help kids from less fortunate backgrounds get into sports. He helps other organizations in the Victoria community, too, including Our Place Society, The Mustard Seed, Power to Be, and “Journey,” an initiative to build homes in third-world countries.
At the core of it, though, Tony is a family man. He is the proud dad to Xavier and Catalina, and, fun fact; he owns a modest mango farm in the Philippines with his sister.