The Brix plan approved, cleared for building

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The Brix has received draft plan approval and is clear to start building.

The high density three-storey 72- unit condo development is at the corner of Edward and Mary streets.

It has been on the books since 2005 and has been the subject of an OMB hearing and layers of planning approvals. More recently, the project was taken over by MDM Developments, although it was originally developed by Creemore resident Doug MacIntosh.

Originally planned as a three-building development, all units will now be in one single building.

Mike Rawn, Director of Public Works for Clearview Township, said there is enough sewage capacity to build the 72 units, in addition to some of the other small projects in Creemore

“It’s really nice to see something finally going to happen with that piece of property,” said Councillor Robert Walker, giving kudos to all involved.

With site plan approval and adequate sanitary, water and stormwater services and facilities, and roads available to service the development, council also agreed to lift the hold so the project could proceed.

The township will also receive cash-in-lieu for work to be completed by the township at a later date but at the cost of the developer, so that other improvements can be made at the same time, including utilities along with other urbanization and roadworks on Mary Street.

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