Welcome to Develop Saint John
At Develop Saint John, our approach to development is simple. We say ‘Yes.’
We can do this because we have extensive experience in championing major real estate projects from concept through to concrete. More than that, Develop Saint John has a range of location solutions that give you easy access to the services, infrastructure, and international markets that form a solid foundation for success. Add complete confidentiality and a degree of entrepreneurial nimbleness and you have all the support you need to start your project here and now.
Whether you are expanding or planning a bold new development, reach out to us, because at Develop Saint John, we get the deal done.
The Fundy Quay development site is located at the heart of the Saint John, New Brunswick. This six-acre waterfront site represents one of the highest profile development opportunities in Atlantic Canada.
Conceptually, Fundy Quay will be a $100+ million multi-year development utilizing universal urban planning guidelines and encompassing mixed development, including; retail, commercial, cultural, hotel, recreation, condominiums, townhouses, an apartment building complex as well as green-spaces and a public promenade.
Saint John, New Brunswick's strategic location has a rich history. It is Canada's first incorporated city and the only city on the internationally-renowned Bay of Fundy with the world's highest tides.
This new opportunity was recently made available for development as a result of the relocation of the Canadian Coast Guard to their new state of the art Integrated Service Centre in McAllister Industrial Park on the east side of Saint John.
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