In keeping with the approved Master Plan for Marina Garden Estates, construction is now underway for the lands closest to Deas Slough.
The approved plan for the lands marked "Area of Development" on the map above includes the following:
674 dwelling units in the form of townhomes and apartment dwelling units including:
94 apartment units in one four-storey building (three storeys of residential over one level of parking); and
580 townhomes with a maximum height of three storeys
(388 townhomes with tandem parking and 192 units with side-by-side garages).
1,500 m2 of neighbourhood commercial uses including eating and drinking establishments, convenience store, office operation, personal services and pet grooming;
A linear waterfront park;
Parking for the redevelopment of the marina to accommodate 250 boats; and
- Construction of a new golf clubhouse and maintenance facility on golf course lands.
Construction and Phasing Update
The residential portion of the remainder lands is named “Hampton Cove” and Polygon Homes has completed the first two phases which includes 80 townhouse units at 5510 Admiral Way (Charterhouse), 147 townhouse units at 5550 Admiral Way (Fairwinds) and the Hampton Club amenity building at 5556 Admiral Way. Perimeter dike upgrades, a new clubhouse at the Links at Hampton Cove Golf Course, a temporary public children’s play area adjacent to Admiral Way and a public washroom at the end of Ferry Road have been completed by Captain’s Cove Marina. Construction of 126 townhouse units at 5551 Admiral Way (Beaufort Landing) and an 87-unit four-storey (three levels of residential over one level of parking) apartment building at 5535 Admiral Way (Pilothouse) are currently underway. A rezoning and design application for a commercial building at 5519 Admiral Way (Hampton Cove Village) has been received by the Community Planning & Development Department and is under review. The dike trail is open to the public and the remaining linear waterfront park components will be implemented in phases as the adjacent residential or commercial properties develop.
In October 2017, Council recommended approval of the application to transfer the liquor primary licence from 6100 Ferry Road (previous Rusty Anchor Pub) to 6000 Admiral Boulevard (Links at Hampton Cove Golf Course) to permit the serving of liquor as follows:
- in the existing recreation lounge (e.g. cafeteria and seating area) in the golf clubhouse building and exterior patio.The maximum person capacity could be achieved by having 50 persons inside or 50 persons on the patio or a combination of persons inside and outside not exceeding 50 persons in total;
- between the hours of 10:00 am and 10:00 pm, Monday to Sunday; and
- on the playing area of the golf course.The playing area would be serviced by a beverage cart or the golfer may purchase a drink from the licensed clubhouse for consumption on the course.
Reports and Related Documents