Promontory | 21-storeys; 66.3m | Residential

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Promontory is the second building of Bayview Properties’ and Bosa Properties’ multi-phased redevelopment of Vic West’s Songhees neighbourhood’s hilltop area perched atop an old helipad site.  Promontory will become the City of Victoria’s tallest building, eclipsing the 22-storey, 62-meter Orchard House by some four meters.

The first phase of the project, Bayview One, saw the completion of an 11-storey luxury condo with several lowrise buildings.  A third residential tower, at 17-storeys, will accompany Promontory and Bayview One upon build-out.

In late 2008 Bayview Properties won approval from council for an increase in height for Promontory and tower III to 21- and 17-storeys, respectively, from initial plans for 13- and 11-storeys.

In early 2011 Bosa Properties of Vancouver partnered with Bayview Properties to build the remainder of the Bayview project and the neighbouring Roundhouse property.

This project was originally called Songhees Hilltop before being re-branded as Bayview.

See also: Bayview One, Bayview, tower I; Bayview, tower III

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Project Statistics

  • Status: Built
  • Construction Dates
    Began: 2012
    Completed: 2014
  • Floor Count: 21
  • Heights
    Roof: 66.3m
  • Units: 177
  • Building uses
  • Structural types
  • Municipality: Victoria
  • Official project website


Construction Photos

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Below are the five latest responses to the dedicated discussion thread for this project:

Gary H

Nov 06, 2013 at 6:10 pm

While the webcam may not show much change, there has been steady progress. Here are some pics from today.

Windows on the upper floor of the townhouses:

Lobby windows!

Parking stair access sun-room?

Yup, looks like the enclosure over the stair access to the parking structure will be all glass - very cool! :thumbsup:

That's a large HVAC system in the distance waiting to be installed on the roof:

It even comes shrink wrapped!

The architectural trellis (to be installed on the roof) has arrived.

Looks like it should have been shrink-wrapped as it got nicked in shipment.


Nov 09, 2013 at 9:27 am

A different view of the two story lobby windows:


Glass being installed in the stairwell enclosures:
I wonder what the enclosure roof material will be?





Nov 10, 2013 at 1:50 pm

November 10th, 2013.


Mike K.

Nov 10, 2013 at 2:54 pm

That's a great photo, Marko.


Nov 13, 2013 at 8:50 am

Quote: November Th, 2013.


Hi Marko, that's a beautiful picture!!
Do you have an idea of how much an upper floor "A" unit can be rented for?? Yearly, non furnished. Thanks, Teresa.

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