development

Conceptual rendering of residential development planned for the former Todd’s RV site. (Photo/Porchlight Developments)

‘Exactly what Peachland deserves’: Development at Todd’s RV takes next step

Developer expects construction to start in spring 2023

 

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

‘Wedge’ wins approval from Kelowna council

‘This finishes off a key corner for us, especially with development happening across the street’

 

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

 

Conceptual rendering of revised development planned for 350 Doyle Avenue. (Zeidler Architecture)

Kelowna council approves 25-storey Doyle Avenue tower amid controversy

‘There’s no conspiracy going on just a fully committed developer’

Conceptual rendering of revised development planned for 350 Doyle Avenue. (Zeidler Architecture)
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

The UBCO campus tower is still planned for 46 storeys. (Photo/UBCO)
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)
Kelowna Springs Golf Club has been identified in the 2040 Official Community Plan as potential, future industrial land. (File photo)

Kelowna needs 236 acres of industrial land to meet future demand: Report

2040 Official Community Plan projects needs such as storage, distribution, and warehousing space

Kelowna Springs Golf Club has been identified in the 2040 Official Community Plan as potential, future industrial land. (File photo)
Safari Capital wants to build the towers in the 600 block of Coronation Ave. between Richter and St. Paul streets. (Photo/City of Kelowna)

City staff balk at towers planned for Kelowna’s Coronation Avenue

The project would develop 16 properties on the south side of Coronation to build mixed-use towers

Safari Capital wants to build the towers in the 600 block of Coronation Ave. between Richter and St. Paul streets. (Photo/City of Kelowna)
Planning application backlog has been growing since 2016. (File photo)

Lake Country council to deal with planning backlog after developer complaints

The planning division has 149 active applications as of July 1 this year

Planning application backlog has been growing since 2016. (File photo)
Conceptual rendering of Temple Court development. (Photo/Novation Architecture)

Two new townhome developments planned for Kelowna

Plans submitted for developments on Temple Court and Moubray Road

Conceptual rendering of Temple Court development. (Photo/Novation Architecture)
Conceptual rendering of apartment complex planned for 2471 Auburn Road. (Photo/David Eaton Architect)

Major residential project proposed near West Kelowna elementary school

The nearly five-hundred apartments would be contained within five buildings

Conceptual rendering of apartment complex planned for 2471 Auburn Road. (Photo/David Eaton Architect)
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)
Conceptual rendering of high-rise planned for 350 Doyle Street. (Photo/City of Kelowna)

Much-debated downtown tower before Kelowna council in two weeks

Final rezoning to be considered for 25-storey building planned for 350 Doyle Street

Conceptual rendering of high-rise planned for 350 Doyle Street. (Photo/City of Kelowna)
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)
West Kelowna Mayor Gord Milsom. (Screenshot)

West Kelowna mayor anxious for new city hall to be built

“We’ve grown up to be a significant, dynamic city and we should have a proper city hall”

West Kelowna Mayor Gord Milsom. (Screenshot)
Conceptual rendering of industrial buildings planned for Pier Mac Way. (Photo/TKA+D Architecture+Design)

New industrial complex near Kelowna International Airport moving forward

Council has approved development permits for two buildings planned for 2050 Pier Mac Way

Conceptual rendering of industrial buildings planned for Pier Mac Way. (Photo/TKA+D Architecture+Design)
Looking north up Ellis Street from Bernard Avenue. (Google Maps)

Kelowna council considers shorter buildings for parts of downtown

“I am concerned about the number of high-rises”

Looking north up Ellis Street from Bernard Avenue. (Google Maps)
The UBCO campus tower could stretch from 34 to 46 storeys. (Photo/UBCO)

Changes to Kelowna’s proposed tallest building going to public hearing

UBCO submitted revised plans to build up to 46 storeys for the property at 550 Doyle Avenue

The UBCO campus tower could stretch from 34 to 46 storeys. (Photo/UBCO)
Okanagan Real Estate Summit at Laurel Packing House on July 6, 2022 (Brittany Webster - Capital News)

Kelowna chosen out of ‘dozens of markets’ for growth

Sid Landolt with S&P Real Estate was the guest speaker at the summit

Okanagan Real Estate Summit at Laurel Packing House on July 6, 2022 (Brittany Webster - Capital News)
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)