Daycare, affordable housing secured in new Squamish development
A project that will remake the Loggers Lane-Centennial Way area from a campground to a residential development has passed the final zoning hurdle.
On July 20, council voted unanimously in favour of adopting a rezoning application for the Anthem Properties’ Loggers Lane development at the former Eagle Vista RV Resort and Campground.
The project, slated for 1701 and 1940 Centennial Way, received third reading last year, which kicked off the lengthy process of having the proponent fulfill several conditions required for adoption.
A fundamental condition was executing the terms of a land development agreement, which was intended to secure the applicant’s proposed community amenity contributions, affordable and market housing, infrastructure improvements and a daycare space, among other things.
The development is expected to bring dozens of condos and several townhouses to the area, as well as commercial, office and light industrial space.
Construction of the development is scheduled in three phases, during which community benefits will be doled out according to the following timeline.
The first phase will be the build-out south of Centennial Way, which will include 22 affordable …
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