View of “artificial creek” sewage treatment plant is prime real estate

“These are our best-selling units” says a developer referring to condominiums with decks nearest a wastewater treatment system employing native plants

In a July 6, 2010, article, The New York Times reports about Dockside Green, a Victoria, B.C., development slated to house 2,500 residents. Prices range from 411,900 Canadian dollars (about $390,000) for a one-bedroom to 529,900 for two bedrooms and up to 1,233,900 for penthouses. See photos and read more here.

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