A Multi-Residential Condominium Development Gets Green-Lighted in Cambridge

March 4, 2010 at 12:24 pm Leave a comment

A multi-residential condominium development proposed for the corner of Myers and Cheese Factory roads was approved by council at Monday’s general committee meeting.

The project, if given final approval next week, would include 40 residential units, made up of eight row houses along Nathan Court and four eight-unit, four-storey apartment buildings.

City planning commissioner Janet Babcock said city staff would work with Waterloo Region officials to redesign a noise barrier that may be required for the Hallman Construction project. Babcock said she is concerned that the noise wall would fence off the development from the rest of the community. She also wants to ensure easy access to Myers Road from the development for pedestrians, who would otherwise end up walking around the block to get to Myers Road.

Source: CambridgeTimes.ca



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