Work on a six-storey apartment building on Grafton Street in Charlottetown is expected to begin by September, the developer says.
P.E.I. developer Tim Banks is the president of Pan American properties, and best known locally as the CEO of APM. He said he's had his eye on the mall for years.
SUMMERSIDE – After years of negotiations, false-starts, petitions and ultimatums, a new $20 million development is coming to the former Holland College property on Granville Street in Summerside. The land’s owner, Charlottetown-based APM Group, announced Monday that it and several partners are moving to develop 90 new residential units there, [...]
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Charlottetown is moving in the New Year. The organization has sold its current building at 365 Mount Edward Road and will be moving into a leased space a few blocks away in the old Sears location.
The plan includes 30 micro-housing units and a 60-unit affordable housing complex. The City of Summerside has announced plans to see the former Holland College building on Granville Street converted into housing.
A housing development that could bring more than 300 units to a vacant property between the Charlottetown Mall and Mount Edward Road is a step closer to breaking ground.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — APM Group has addressed one of the issues that has been a point of contention for the past three years at its development at 55 Richmond St. in Charlottetown.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — A proposed 41-unit apartment building on Pine Drive received final approval from Charlottetown city council on Monday.