A developer proposing a “missing middle” infill development in the Eagle Harbour neighbourhood is holding a public information meeting on July 27.
The meeting will be held from 5:30 to 7 pm at 5776 Marine Drive, outside the Thunderbird Marina, with physical distancing protocols.
The 67-unit infill development, Aquila, is just under five acres and is bordered by the CN Railway, Westport Road, Eagle Creek and the rear of the homes that are accessed off Daffodil Lane and Cranley Drive.
The pricing will range from $1,100,000 to $1,900,000, and there will be three and four bedroom homes ranging from 1300 to 2300 square feet.
The homes will be offered to West Van residents first, although first responders and teachers will be given first priority, according to Sterling Development, the company behind the proposal.
“Aquila is proposing to offer 3 and 4 bedrooms homes with duplex and attached format ranging in size from 1300 to 2400 square feet. Additionally, many of the larger homes have been designed to accommodate 1 and 2 bedroom suites,” according to the developer.
Also being proposed are a dedicated park area of over 26,000 square feet and creek rehabilitation area of over 36,000 square feet.
The current creek that has been over-run by invasive plants and a gravel driveway will also be rehabilitated with native vegetation and spawning pools to enhance the chance of survival for salmon.