Editor’s Note May 6: Elk Falls Suspension Bridge officially opens Saturday, May 9th
In This Issue:
- Elk Falls Suspension Bridge officially opens Saturday, May 9th,
- New Dairy Queen building for Campbell River, and
- Mission Professional Centre in Courtenay now 50% leased and or sold.
Elk Falls Suspension Bridge Officially Opens Saturday May 9th
Elk Falls Suspension Bridge officially opens Saturday May 9th. The bridge is 90 metres long and hangs 60 metres above the Campbell River canyon floor offering a top to bottom view of Elk Falls. The structure includes two viewing platforms and a cantilevered platform that provides an extension over the falls. The first 40 metres of the bridge on the south side of the canyon is in the tree canopy.
New Dairy Queen Building for Campbell River
A development permit application is expected to be submitted this week for the new Dairy Queen building which will be located at 1250 Dogwood, between 12th and 13th Avenues. The building is 2,800 sq. ft. in size and will feature a drive through lane. Construction is scheduled to begin in September.
Mission Professional Centre in Courtenay Now 50% Leased and or Sold
The developer of Mission Professional Centre is now offering office space for sale as well as for lease for the two proposed four-storey buildings at 2525 Mission Road. They can accommodate a variety of unit sizes (starting at 600 sq. ft.) in the 58,000 sq. ft. development and the units are intended to host various medical and wellness offices. Currently 50% of the first building is leased or sold. The developer hopes to start construction on the project in September, 2015.
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