Lots happening in the way of Squamish developments this spring. Many townhome developments are getting close to completion! Summits View, Seven Peaks and Newport Landing have completions beginning within the first half of the year with Soleil not too far behind. The Sirocco Project and The Main are expected to begin this Spring, with a handful of others breaking ground in the coming months too.
If you’re looking to Move to Squamish this year there are a handful of projects that will be completing before 2018. Contact Move to Squamish for details about what’s available that meets your requirements.
Summits View is the final phase of the master-planned Eaglewind Community. The first phase of Summits View is 80 percent sold out with the second phase now on sale. What makes these townhomes so great is that they have garages (unlike other downtown projects). These West-coast inspired townhomes have three bedrooms, and three bathrooms and are starting at $559,000.
Here is some live footage of Summits View taken March 8th (tilt your head for the last part 😉
Although nearly constructed (adjacent to Brennan Park) floorplans and pricing has not yet been finalized. This Polygon homes development which will feature three and four bedroom townhomes with over-height garages is expected to go on sale in the next month with completion this summer! We will let you know as soon as we hear something.
The Squamish Oceanfront Development aka Newport Beach is ramping up for springtime. Over the next few weeks there will be an increase in trucks working on the site, bringing in fill and preparing the ground for future development. The first phase of the project is a waterfront park on the foreshore of the estuary, environmental assessments are currently underway.
Zoning changes to downtown Squamish
The District of Squamish is proposing zoning changes to downtown Squamish while the Official Community Plan (OCP) is being amended. These changes would see a height restriction capping buildings on Cleveland Ave to two stories of commercial- this would put the brakes on higher developments until the OCP is implemented. Other zoning amendments proposed include the increase of front set backs from zero to 2.5 meters in many parts of downtown Squamish.
For a full map of current and future projects in Squamish check out the District of Squamish interactive Development Showcase Map
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