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Roseland Clubhouse And Parking Lot, Former Lowe Secondary School Site Included In Lands City Has Identified For Residential Development

Friday March 1st, 2024, 11:23am


Former Lowe Secondary School Site

City officials have presented a list of municipal lands owned by the City of Windsor that have been identified to make shovel-ready for residential development.

In 2023, the City began a process to review municipal lands throughout the community that could support developments aimed at increasing the supply of housing in Windsor. That review identified several properties with significant and immediate potential for development covering all types of housing needs, including affordable housing, and missing middle housing.

Municipal lands identified for development at this time include the following sites:

  • Former Lowe Secondary School site – 874 Giles Boulevard East
  • Caron Avenue Parking Lot – 0 Caron Avenue
  • Pelissier Street Parking Lot – 0 Pelissier Street
  • Roseland Clubhouse and Parking Lot – 455 Kennedy Drive

The process to identify potential lands was initiated by Mayor Dilkens requesting Council colleagues to provide input and submit any properties located within their wards for consideration. Following this, Council met in-camera on February 12th, 2024, to review and form consensus on the current list representing the first group of properties that are best suited.

The included list of four properties is the first that City administration will move towards preparing for residential developments with all necessary approvals ready for development. The City will also continue to review other available municipal lands to identify further opportunities to support evolving housing needs in the community.

WITH IMAGES: Public Consultation Planned For Roseland Clubhouse And Parking Lot Development


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