Community Information Meeting, 252 new residential units on St. George Street east of Williams (Marcon)

Community Information Meeting, 252 new residential units on St. George Street east of Williams (Marcon)
Invitation from Marcon below
Marcon St. George (GP)Ltd. invites you to a Community Information Meeting to discuss the future of 3010-3042, 3009-3029 and 3037-3113 St. George Street.

Marcon is pleased to present a proposal (Application File No. 6700-20-140) for multi-family housing in the transit-oriented district of Moody Centre. The proposal is to rezone from RS1 and RT1 to a CD zoning, to allow for 73 3-storey, family-oriented townhomes, and a 6-storey residential building with 179 homes. The proposal also includes an amendment to the Official Community Plan to allow for a variation in height and stream setbacks. This proposal will also include the restoration of Dallas Creek as well as a partnership with Simon Fraser Society for Community Living.

Please join us, your comments and feedback are welcome.

Meeting Details:
For more information please contact:
Tim Schmitt: tschmitt@marcon.ca
Marcon St. George (GP) Ltd.
Time: 6:00pm –8:00pm (drop-in)
Venue: Old Mill Boathouse, 2715 Esplanade St, Port Moody

Flyer at link below:
2017-06-28-[Marcon St.George] Community Information Meeting Notification
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The above area is primarily single-family-homes at present. The OCP identifies rezoning potential for low-rise multi-family residential up to 3 storeys.

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