Development Update Squamish- September 2016

This September is an exciting month with some key developments expected to come on the market. Here is the latest Squamish Development news for the month of September.


Soleil- Coastal Village

After the successful sales of Skye and Aqua, the final phase of Coastal Village, Soleil, is just about to launch. Expect 64 two and three bedroom townhomes, some with garages, located behind the current Aqua building in downtown Squamish. Presales and marketing of Soleil are expected to begin at the end of the month. If you’d like up to date info on this development, contact us and we will be sure to notify you of any news.

Arbutus Grove

Arbutus Grove hit the market in Spring 2016 and was snapped up almost immediately. There are now two townhomes back on the market; a corner townhome for $725,000 and a middle unit for $698,000. These townhomes feature three bedrooms, a spacious layout, roof top patios and easy access to downtown Squamish and the Sea to Sky Highway. Completion expected Spring 2017.


The Sales Launch for Skyridge Squamish is September 24th, 2016. Look forward to 26 townhomes, 20 half duplexes and 44 ‘Sky Suite’ condominiums plus the next phase of single family lots. In a recent press release on August 15th, 2016 it was announced that Squamish Montessori Elementary School received a grant of $429,873 though the Child Care Major Capital Funding Program. The funds will be specifically used to set up 50 new childcare spaces at Squamish Montessori Elementary in the proposed new building in the Skyridge Development. The school is projected to open September 2018 and will be the cornerstone of the community set amongst central parks, bike paths and mountain bike trails.


Exciting news! The presentation centre for Breeze is expected to open October 1st. These two and three-bedroom West Coast Contemporary Townhomes with rooftop patios are sure to be a hit.

Newport Beach (Squamish Oceanfront Development)

Site work continues at Newport Beach with clean fill being acquired and barging options being explore. The Green Tech Centre will be the topic of the Advisory Design Panel meeting this September. Stay tuned for the outcome of this next month…

Other News

The old Dairy Queen lot on Cleveland Ave will be the future home of a four story housing project that will consist of 19 residential units, and two commercial units. This development was approved by council on September 6th.Watch this space.

The Sirocco Development passed it’s first reading of rezoning but changes are needed before the next level of approval. The development off Loggers Lane is for 138 apartments and 520 sq meters of commercial space. The development also includes a mix-use floathome community consisting of 27 residential float homes and four floating commercial units. The Council presented several issues about the proposal which the developers will address in a future council meeting.

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About Meghan

Meghan is a real estate agent, digital marketing specialist and writer. She grew up in Squamish and recently moved back after living abroad for over 10 years. Meghan is passionate about connecting people to their ideal lifestyles and is excited to bring Move to Squamish to those looking for a lifestyle change in Squamish.

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