Condo Nova newsletter

Halifax Condo Building Nears Completion; Reverts to Apartments

—December 7, 2017
Condo buyers who pre paid for units in a downtown Halifax condo building that is nearing completion were recently advised that the building is no longer going to house condo units. The 30 or so potential buyers received a refund cheque in the mail along with a notice from the developer’s attorneys stating: “We regret to inform you the Dillon Suites will no longer be registered as a condominium development.”  

Proposed Dartmouth Condo Building Receives Planning Staff Support

—November 10, 2017
Halifax Municipal planning staff have expressed support for a proposed nine-storey condo building along Lake Banook on Dartmouth’s Prince Albert Road. If approved by Halifax Regional Council, the building, at almost twice the size of the nearby five-storey Banook Shores condo building, would become the tallest in the area.

Ground Broken on Gorsebrook Park Condos, Phase II Sales Next Month

—September 21, 2017
Ground was broken last week for construction of the first phase of the Gorsebrook Park condominium development on South End Halifax’s Wellington Street, and the developer plans to launch the pre-sales for the second phase in mid October. Interest in the twin-wing building of eight and 10 storeys has been robust, with 75 percent of condo units in the first phase already sold. Remaining first phase units, bachelors to penthouse suites, are being offered at prices ranging from $234,900 to $739,900.

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