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|Address||703 4011 Rainbow Hill Lane|
|Sub Area||High Quadra|
|Floors in Building||8|
|Floor Space||1130 Square Feet|
|Lot Size||0.03 Acres|
|Parking||1 Space, Covered Parking Attached, Underground - Secure|
Open Sat & Sun 12-4pm Welcome to suite 703 at Lyra, a contemporary Steel & Concrete Building with extreme attention to detail, emphasizing the natural surroundings. Suite 703 has tremendous views of the city center, the Olympic Mountains and Mt. Baker. South facing this is a bright and private home featuring a split floor plan with a large second bedroom. Add to this a gas fireplace in the living area, a gas cooktop in the kitchen and BBQ hookup on the balcony. Entertaining is made easy with your 8'10" quartz island, stainless Kitchen Aid appliances, and full-height pantry.
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.