This great development site is your opportunity. It's facing south and allows 154 units with possible bonus of 56 for total up to 210 units with unrestricted panoramic lake view. The wonderful park, shopping and the Okanagan Lake beaches are all in walking distance. 90% of the underground sewage and water services is completed and in ground.
2200 Block Majoros Road
Lot 1, Plan KAP85028, DL 5058, ODYD, except Strata Plan KAS3526 (Phase 1) PID - Freehold: 027-256-065
The subject property is located in the District of West Kelowna within the West Kelowna Town Centre.
The site is softly sloping to the south of the property.
R5 Town Centre Multiple Housing
Soil appears suitable for substantial buildings as demonstrated by the newly developed building and other buildings in the area.
Municipal water and sanitary services and the immediate area has overhead and underground power, telephone, natural gas and police and fire protection. Some services were completed on this property for the previously proposed development.
This subject property will have access via Majoros Road and from the parking lot of Phase 1 Kaliedo along the north property line.
Off Site Costs:
District of West Kelowna may ask for upgrades to a turning lane off the highway if density warrants it.
This slightly slopped property offers endless lake view. The water supply exceeds any potential development and the District of West Kelowna is highly motivated and will support apartment, town homes or a combination of both to spur on growth in the area. The city just recently has reduced the DCC for development incentive.
Learn more about West Kelowna:
2015 Infrastructure Projects
West Kelowna will complete more than $9.4 million in infrastructure upugrades in 2015, including:
2015 Planning Projects
To prepare for future needs, West Kelowna staff, in participation with consultants, embark on a number of comprehensive study and design projects, seeking public and stakeholder input as much as possible.
Planning and design exercises map out future road networks, parks and recreational amenities, water conservation and quality improvements, sanitary sewer service extensions, drainage upgrades and more. Planning and design projects being undertaken in 2015 include: