We could tell you about the many real estate development opportunities and projects here in Saint John. But we think you should see what’s going on for yourself.
Develop Saint John is pleased to share all the latest developments with you.
BACKGROUND In 2019, the City of Saint John was successful in establishing a funding partnership with the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency for a program called the ‘Succeed and Stay’, intended to help encourage increased immigration and improved newcomer settlement in Saint John. Immigration is critical to the future growth of the greater Saint John region…Read More
-Thandi owners move tribute mural from Canterbury Street to new Union Street location- April 21, 2020 – SAINT JOHN, NB — With the construction of the new Telegraph building, a six-story mixed commercial and residential development about to start next to Thandi Restaurant on Canterbury Street, restaurant owners Holly and Kenny Singh will move the…Read More
–Significant investment is adding to the momentum in Saint John– February 25, 2020 – SAINT JOHN, NB—On Monday night, in a strong show of support, members of Saint John Common Council approved the passing of third reading for two residential developments and approved engineering design work for the Fundy Quay site, paving the way for…Read More
–Development Adds to The Growing Momentum of Uptown Saint John– February 21, 2020 – SAINT JOHN, NB—Local developers, Stephen Brittain and Lee Seale, have officially purchased the two-story parking garage at the corner of Canterbury and Grannan Street from the Saint John Parking Commission. This is an important milestone, making way for a new six-story…Read More
–City Council greenlights Option Agreement with local developer– December 2, 2019 – SAINT JOHN, NB— Saint John City Council has greenlighted a new plan for Fundy Quay, the former Coast Guard site on the city’s waterfront. Council voted to approve a legal agreement between Fundy Quay Developments Inc., a subsidiary of Elias Management Group, and…Read More
–New buyer has transformational plans for the site– October 30, 2019 – SAINT JOHN, NB— The Gothic Arches at 95 Wentworth has sold. The building has been sitting idle for over a decade, and buyer Percy Wilbur has plans for new construction that will help attract residents to the Uptown neighbourhood. Wilbur plans to dismantle…Read More
October 10, 2019 – SAINT JOHN, NB—The Central Peninsula Community School Task Force – a group of local leaders representing the community, the City of Saint John, and the Anglophone South School District – are asking the Provincial Government to fund construction of a new kind of K-8 school in Saint John’s south-end neighbourhood. “Last…Read More
— Contract Position for New Municipal Development Manual — The City of Saint John and Develop Saint John are seeking a Technical Writer to produce a high-quality municipal Development Manual that contributes to the overall success of development projects in Saint John, New Brunswick. You will use your experience in the engineering field with municipal…Read More
–Cooke Aquaculture Builds on the Past to Create a Workplace of the Future-– October 3, 2019 – SAINT JOHN, NB—The City of Saint John and Develop Saint John have announced that Cooke Aquaculture is this year’s recipient of the 2019 Developer Award to be presented at the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce’s 35th annual…Read More
–Transformative Community School is a Game-Changer for the Neighbourhood– September 5, 2019 – SAINT JOHN, NB— Develop Saint John, on behalf of the Anglophone South District Education Council (DEC), is pleased to invite the public to the unveiling of the community’s vision for a new K-8 school in the Central Peninsula of Saint John, New…Read More
Develop Saint John is calling for Development Proposals for land located at 90 Boar’s Head Road in Saint John, New Brunswick. The property has the potential to be developed into high quality, multi-unit residential building(s) supported by today’s low vacancy and the sustained demand for rental units in this major employment node. The site’s proximity…Read More
–Development of Iconic Location Will Add To The Growing Vibrancy of Uptown Area– August 1, 2019 – SAINT JOHN, NB—Local developers, Stephen Brittain and Lee Seale, today announced plans to build a six-story wood frame mixed commercial and residential development in Uptown Saint John at the corner of Canterbury Street and Grannan Lane. The site…Read More