Developers

The former Kelowna Costco location at Highways 97 & 33. (File photo)

Costco cashes in on sale of former Kelowna property

Costco opened its new store at 2125 Baron Road in February

 

Conceptual rendering of the new ‘Wedge’ planned for the corner of Water and Leon. (Photo contributed)

‘Wedge’ waiting for Kelowna council approval

City staff recommends building dubbed “The Wedge” be approved

 

The UBCO campus tower is still planned for 46 storeys. (Photo/UBCO)

Make way: Kelowna UBCO tower passes public hearing hurdle

Council passed the newly created CD28 zone making way for the tower

 

Safari Capital wants to build the towers in the 600 block of Coronation Ave. between Richter and St. Paul streets. (Photo/City of Kelowna)

No for now on Coronation Avenue towers: Kelowna council

“We’re not quite there yet, but I think we could get there”

Safari Capital wants to build the towers in the 600 block of Coronation Ave. between Richter and St. Paul streets. (Photo/City of Kelowna)
Houses under construction. (File photo/The Canadian Press)

They will come, so you must build, West Kelowna council told

Report to council states an average of 299 dwellings a year need to be built over the next 20-years

Houses under construction. (File photo/The Canadian Press)
A fire broke out at Sproul Farm House on Sunday, Oct. 18 2020. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News)

Apartment replacing Rutland heritage building underwhelms Kelowna council

“We are a world-class community and I expect world-class type designs.”

A fire broke out at Sproul Farm House on Sunday, Oct. 18 2020. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News)
Conceptual rendering of 227-unit project planned for Boynton Place on Knox Mt. (Photo/City of Kelowna)

Housing development on Kelowna’s Knox Mt. nixed for now

Staff said it was their understanding that Meridian Developments was going to “re-do the project”

Conceptual rendering of 227-unit project planned for Boynton Place on Knox Mt. (Photo/City of Kelowna)
Shop Hopper was developed in Kelowna and is now available in the Okanagan (Shop Hopper)

Shopping app developed in Kelowna launches in Okanagan

Shop Hopper hopes to be a local alternative to big eCommerce stores

Shop Hopper was developed in Kelowna and is now available in the Okanagan (Shop Hopper)
Conceptual rendering of new building planned for the corner of Water and Leon. (Photo contributed)

Wedged out: Distinct office building destined for downtown Kelowna downsized

The Wedge received approval from city council in June 2020

Conceptual rendering of new building planned for the corner of Water and Leon. (Photo contributed)
Conceptual rendering of townhomes proposed for Granite Close in McKinley Beach. (Bluegreen Architecture)

Mission area could see growth in Kelowna

Three commercial buildings planned for the Ponds development

Conceptual rendering of townhomes proposed for Granite Close in McKinley Beach. (Bluegreen Architecture)
Urban Development Institute Pacific Region chair Jon Stovell, right, speaks with moderator Luke Turri during a recent luncheon in Kelowna. (Photo/Gary Barnes)

‘I got my condo, so I don’t want any more condos’: Growth fatigue caution for Kelowna

Urban Development Institue chair has praise and caution for Kelowna

Urban Development Institute Pacific Region chair Jon Stovell, right, speaks with moderator Luke Turri during a recent luncheon in Kelowna. (Photo/Gary Barnes)
Appelt Developments and Wexford Developments revised building for 350 Doyle Ave. (Conceptual rendering/Zeidler Architecture)

Kelowna tower redesign not a ‘bait-and-switch’: developer

‘We have received tremendous support for the 350 Doyle application’

Appelt Developments and Wexford Developments revised building for 350 Doyle Ave. (Conceptual rendering/Zeidler Architecture)
Appelt Developments and Wexford Developments revised building for 350 Doyle Ave. (Conceptual rendering/Zeidler Architecture)

Legacy Group lashes out again at proposed building on former Kelowna RCMP site

Kelowna Legacy Group wants a formal investigation into the development and lease.

Appelt Developments and Wexford Developments revised building for 350 Doyle Ave. (Conceptual rendering/Zeidler Architecture)
West Kelowna council is reviewing its Development Cost Charges bylaw. (Photo/Pixabay)

Developers could be paying more to build in West Kelowna

‘We’ve got a growing community that’s bursting at the seams’

West Kelowna council is reviewing its Development Cost Charges bylaw. (Photo/Pixabay)
Conceptual rendering of townhomes proposed for 4760 Lakeshore Rd. (Rootstock Architecture)

16-unit townhome development proposed in Kelowna’s Mission neighbourhood

Development is planned for 4760 Lakeshore at the intersection of Barnaby and Chute Lake roads.

Conceptual rendering of townhomes proposed for 4760 Lakeshore Rd. (Rootstock Architecture)
It’s going to take a while for supply to catch up with demand: Brendon Ogmundson, Chief Economist for BC Real Estate Association. (File photo)

Big drop in housing sales predicted for Central Okanagan

Economist expects prices will stay relatively flat

It’s going to take a while for supply to catch up with demand: Brendon Ogmundson, Chief Economist for BC Real Estate Association. (File photo)
Kelowna Coun. Charlie Hodge stated his case for keeping more green space around new developments.(File photo/Capital News)

Kelowna councillor keen on keeping green spaces

Mayor Basran says tree protection bylaw is imminent

Kelowna Coun. Charlie Hodge stated his case for keeping more green space around new developments.(File photo/Capital News)
Conceptual rendering of multi-unit development at 1875 Richter Street

Kelowna council concerned over accessible parking for Richter housing development

‘I’m not willing to vote against this today because rental units are much needed’

Conceptual rendering of multi-unit development at 1875 Richter Street
Conceptual rendering Martin Avenue development (Photo/Lime Architecture)

New four-unit infill developments proposed to City of Kelowna staff

Infill developments to combat against urban sprawl

Conceptual rendering Martin Avenue development (Photo/Lime Architecture)
Kelowna Law Courts. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News file)

Developer sues City of Kelowna for ‘bad faith’ decision to reject subdivision

City council previously voted 7-2 in favour of staff recommendation to nix Thomson Flats project

Kelowna Law Courts. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News file)