Killam Propertiesâ€™ Chelsea Place will be St. Johnâ€™s newest apartment building when construction is complete in fall 2014. APMâ€™s Design-Build team is responsible for the design and construction of this $18 million, 63-unit building in the cityâ€™s Pleasantville area which overlooks Quidi Vidi Lake and the surrounding area.
Built for prominent politicians, merchants and shipbuilders Lemuel Owen and William Welsh, the Italianate-style commercial building on Queen Street - later known as the Kays Bros. Building - is one of the most impressive along this historic Charlottetown street-scape. It was once home to important newspapers, wholesale groceries and commercial activities. Even after suffering three fires, the exterior managed to stay intact. This year, it received a new lease on life after APM Construction purchased it from the Charlottetown Area Development Corporation last year.
This impressive development includes two stories of commercial retail and office space; part of the first floor will be the future home of the Micmac Bar and Grill, which has been an iconic restaurant in Dartmouth for over 50 years. The remainder of the space is available for lease through Cushman Wakefield.
The energy-efficient, modern building will be 32,000 sq. ft. in size and construction is slated to be complete by mid-June 2014.
Completed in 2013 Phase II of Killam Properties Brighton House consists of 49 spacious suites of up to 1,200 square feet, having five appliances and upgraded kitchens with granite countertops and modern features. Other building amenities include underground parking, a fitness room and a social room.
The Plaza at Forest Hills offers its tenants a luxurious lifestyle in the city of Fredericton, New Brunswick. It is also the province's first large LEED registered multi-residential building, recognized for its Green Design, sustainable site development and energy efficiency. The Plaza offers spectacular views and many unique design features, it truly sets the standard for apartment living in New Brunswick.