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.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — In a surprise twist, Charlottetown city council voted Monday in favour of a 41-unit apartment building on Pine Drive.
Construction started this week on APM Group’s Richmond Street apartments. The four-storey building at 55 Richmond Street will be home to 23 micro units. (APM Group )