A recent notice from the District of Port Edward has outlined the area of interest towards a proposed Disposition of Municipal land, with the District identifying a parcel of land of 2,911 square feet to offered for sale in fee Simple to Pacific Aurora Construction Management Limited.
The purchase price for the property is noted as 11 dollars per square foot.
The lot in question is bordered by Alder and Cedar, Pacific and Evergreen.
|A Map from the BC Land Title Office shows the parcel of land|
up for Disposition in Port Edward
The District has not advised what plans that Pacific Aurora Construction may have for the location.
But the builder has been busy in the District as plans continue forward for more housing in the community.
Pacific Aurora Construction also had plans at one time for a significant housing development in Prince Rupert just off of Prince Rupert Boulevard at Drake Crescent.
However, those plans have stalled for quite a while, with no explanation from the Prince Rupert City Council as to why that project and the prospect of additional housing for the community had seemingly come to a standstill.
In March of last year, Pacific Aurora principal Kevin Stunder had expressed some concern over the rezoning of a property directly across from the Drake Crescent proposal, concerns which council for the most part acknowledged but did not accept as seemingly valid enough to stop the rezoning plans.
More notes from the District of Port Edward can be reviewed here.
A wider overview of Housing themes is available here.