Multi-million development project goes to council

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SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside technical services committee has cleared the way for city council to approve a multi-million dollar development project along Central Street and Pope Road.

Councillor Cory Thomas, chairman of the city's technical services committee

 

The project calls for the construction of two 24-apartment buildings at an estimated cost of $2.8 million per building.

The project will initially involve only one building.

When that is occupied a second one will be built.

Work is anticipated to begin the middle of April or May 1, depending on the weather.

Each building will be three-storys high with apartments ranging in size from 1,000 square feet to 1,250 square feet. These will be two and three-bedroom units, some with two baths others with one.

These are  moderate to high-end buildings, designed for seniors or semi-seniors who want to sell their homes but who don’t want to leave the community.

The issue will go before city council on Monday, March 17, for final approval.

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