Getting Deals Done

Choose Saint John

Getting Deals Done

Choose Saint John


We work with you, and for you, so you can focus your resources on developing commercial real estate that creates new growth ...


Develop Saint John has the real estate you are looking for to start your residential development project ...


Picture your choice of more 150 acres of land ripe for development. It’s all right here in Saint John ...

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.

Fundy Quay

Develop Saint John is requesting Expressions of Interest for the development of the Fundy Quay (former Coast Guard Site). This six-acre property is located at the heart of Uptown Saint John’s inner harbour and 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-spacing, and a public promenade skirting the site.


Photo of Fundy Quay Property

Recent News

Planning Underway For New Interchange On Route 1 In Saint John

SAINT JOHN (GNB) – The provincial government is investing $1.2 million in 2018-19 to begin planning for a new Route 1 interchange in Saint John and four-way traffic signals at two busy Saint John intersections which will improve safety and...

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Transition To New Develop Saint John Model Approved

Saint John Common Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to move forward with the transition to a property development organization, currently referred to as Develop Saint John. The new model will strategically consolidate real estate work of Saint John...

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