As lot sales in Saskatoon’s Hampton Village wrap up, the city of Saskatoon is pushing forward plans to get its newest neighbourhood, Kensington, underway ahead of schedule. We’re told that we can expect to see an initial residential lot draw in the fall, with construction beginning soon after.
Bounded by Highway 14 on the south, to the west of Confederation Park and Pacific Heights the Kensington area concept plan calls for a 473-acre neighbourhood with a central village style layout, similar to Willowgrove and Hampton Village with two schools and a commercial area that should be easily accessed by pedestrian traffic. The city’s plan envisions 1600 single-family homes, 689 townhomes and 821 apartment units to house approximately 8300 residents by the time that development in the area winds down. Just under thirty-acres of public park space is provided for in the plan.
Read more: City moves Kensington plan forward – Star Phoenix
Read more: Kensington Neighbourhood Concept Plan – Municipal Matters
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