There has long been a push for many people to move outward from the urban centres and into more suburban areas. Today, there, there is growing reason and value in living in the downtown areas of many of the area’s big cities. Living in Downtown Victoria, for example, could be one of the best decisions you make. If you have not explored this area of British Columbia yet, now is the time to do so. You may find it is a vibrant, upscale, and modern area with numerous housing options.

Why Live Downtown?

The Downtown Victoria area has plenty to offer today’s home buyer. It is, however, a popular destination for area tourists and with good reason. This is where everything is including stage theatres, numerous movie theatres, restaurants, and trendy pubs. You will also find a number of shops here including high-end clothing and home living locations and a variety of smaller, locally owned destinations. There is also plenty to do here. There is the Market Square area, which is a fantastic small venue concert and festival area. You can check out Bastion Square, a professional location with beautiful historic buildings. You are also close to the Victoria Memorial Arena and to Vancouver Island’s many amenities.

What About Real Estate?

You will find some neighbourhoods in and around the downtown area that offer single family homes. Another trend, though, is the investment in lofts or apartment-like spaces located over the trendy shops and spacious buildings here. These have some incredible character and they put you in the heart of one of the most vibrant communities in the region.

If you have not taken the time to explore Downtown Victoria, now is the perfect time to do so. You will find a variety of opportunities to do so, but you may want to meet with a local real estate agent to get to know the community first hand.

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