The creation of The Hudson involved the complete rehabilitation and restoration of one of Victoria’s most iconic landmarks, the historic Hudson Bay department store, in its central downtown core. The building’s spectacular Georgian façade was restored and the interior transformed into a modernized collection of 152 inspired single-level flats, double-height lofts, unique courtyard homes, magnificent 2-level penthouses and a vibrant indoor public market, providing the entire city block with a much-needed revitalization and resurgence of new life and energy.


The Gardens is a collection of homes unfolding in five phases. Each mix natural and lifestyle amenities, including 12 acres of trees, fields and flowers right next door. Townline took an environmentally sensitive approach to storm water management and plans to capture rainwater from the community and direct it to a pond in the park for public enjoyment and park irrigation.


A 1920’s warehouse building transformed. Originally constructed in 1920 as a warehouse/office building, 1180 Homer Street was part of the first wave of development in the Vancouver Heritage Register. Found in one of Vancouver’s hottest neighbourhoods – Yaletown- the façade of the historic gem has since been restored, interfacing seamlessly with the features and finishes one would expect to find in a one-of-a-kind luxury loft. Included in these unique features were the signature Garage Door window walls.


Located on a gently sloping hill, surrounded by greenway on two sides, Clayton Rise has a pastoral feel yet is still within walking distance to schools, parks, and amenities. Consisting of 143 townhomes, Clayton Rise is in the heart of the family and pet friendly-oriented Clayton Heights neighbourhood of Surrey. Where Townline not only catered to our two-legged customers with beautiful and well-appointed homes, but also to our four-legged customers providing them with their own Dog Wash Station.


Harmony is a fitting tribute to Richmond’s diverse cultural mosaic and modern Asian vibe. Designed according to the principles of Feng Shui, it’s a focus of good energy for the surrounding community and provides a balanced living space for residents.


999 Seymour included 134 innovative urban residences featuring deep, wide balconies with interactive moveable sun screens made of perforated, anodized aluminum and fixed vibrant blue or green translucent glass panels.  These unique sun screens not only offered protection from the sun but also provided additional privacy and shelter from the wind.  Essentially providing purchasers with a functional indoor / outdoor living area.


1241 Homer is an exceptional, limited collection of high style homes in Vancouver’s Yaletown District. This boutique building features overhead garage window walls in most homes, exposed brick accent walls, a car elevator for convenient parking, and private home elevators in penthouses.