Brightenview Development has appeared to be stalled on the Dundurn mega-mall project after a lengthy amount of time and no construction has begun. The company has yet to submit an application to develop the land to the RM of Dundurn.

The project site, near the town of Dundurn and on Highway 11, has drawn skeptics ever since the project was announced back in 2012. Many have been uncertain that a development so large would even come into fruition.

Before Brightenview can apply to the RM for a development permit until the provincial government has approved its application to subdivide the land. Community Planning has stated that the application for subdivision is currently under review.

The exhibition centre is eventually expected to consist of of three buildings, each covering more than 300,000 sq ft. Individual storefronts would be sold similar to condos to small and medium size factories in China and other Asian countries.

The city of Saskatoon as well as Dundurn could see a significant benefit from having the project go forward. Development of the project would be a great thing for our community and I hope to see some progress in the near future.

If you’re interested in housing in Dundurn or area, please contact me for more information and I’d be happy to help.

 

Kari Calder

Saskatoon real estate agent

Century 21 Fusion

Kari@saskatoonrealestate.net

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