Proposal for commercial property in Peachland

The District of Peachland will be looking at a proposal to build commercial property in the district

The District of Peachland will be looking at a proposal to build commercial property in the district.

The development proposed is a commercial building, with office spaces on the bottom level and apartments on the upper levels. The location is proposed on two lots at Beach Avenue and 4th Street.

The property is adjacent to Okanagan Lake.

“Even though the proposed development is modest in size, construction on this prominent site will be a clear signal for the business community and shoppers about the strength and potential of the local economy,” according to a release issued by CityState Consulting Services Ltd, which owns the property.

“Upper floors will offer 10 to 12 water-view homes with partially covered patios. Unit sizes vary from 130 square metres up to 214 square m.”

The intention of the development is to provide year-round living near existing services, according to the release.

“A covered garage will provide 16 parking stalls. Additional angled street parking will be built on 4th Street.”

An information session will be held March 9 at Little Schoolhouse, 1898 Brandon Ave.

The consulting team will be available from 4 to 8 p.m. to explain the project and answer questions.

After the consultation, the developers will finalize their application to city council.

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