Phase 1 starts at Stz’uminus
Construction is underway at Stz’uminus First Nation on the first phase of its Oyster Bay development.
Infrastructure work is progressing and a construction tender is going out shortly for the first 10,000 square foot retail and office building.
The nation’s Coast Salish Development Corporation (CSDC) is finalizing agreements for a Tim Horton’s and Esso drive-thru with a construction start due in June or July. A hotel development is slated to start later this year.
The Sentinel announced last July that Ladysmith & District Credit Union would be opening its Coast Salish Credit Union branch as an anchor tenant on the site. Other retail and office units are available on the first and second floors of the Phase 1 building.
CSDC expects that there may be options available for co-working space for Aboriginal-owned businesses.
Contact Chenoa Akey of CSDC at 250-924-2444