The Vancouver company that owns the 726-acre Sandstone site at the south end of Nanaimo hopes for a public hearing this fall to present a revised vision.
“It is basically going to be a game-changer for south Nanaimo,” Ian Porter, Seacliff Properties’ director of development, said Wednesday.
Sandstone is at the junction of the Trans-Canada and Duke Point highways.
When Seacliff bought the land in 2018, it came with a previous blueprint for a planned community.
The new version includes a business park expected to generate 5,500 permanent jobs once the project is complete.
Seacliff’s other Vancouver Island properties include Royal Beach land in Colwood, where it plans a mixed-use development, and the Fairwinds golf and residential community at Nanoose Bay.
project website: https://sandstonenanaimo.ca/
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 06 August 2020 - 06:19 AM.