News & Public Notices
Drop-in to learn about the redevelopment of 1316-1318 Princess St.
May 18, 2016 -
The City of Kingston invites residents to drop-in to learn more about how 1316-1318 Princess St. is being redeveloped under the affordable housing land acquisition and disposition program at a public open house 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31 at Calvin Park Library, 88 Wright Cres..
The City purchased the vacant properties at 1316-1318 Princess St. under the affordable housing land acquisition and disposition program which supports the redevelopment of vacant or underutilized lands with mixed market and affordable housing projects. A Zoning Bylaw amendment application will be undertaken for this site to support its sale and redevelopment as a mixed-use commercial and residential project.
City staff and the project's land-use planning/urban design consultant will be on hand to discuss the redevelopment plans for the site and the upcoming Zoning Bylaw amendment process.
More information about the City's affordable housing land acquisition and disposition program, including the acquisition and disposition processes, can be found at:
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