Nelson Landing waterfront property goes up for sale

Nelson Landing is considered the last significant parcel of lakefront property in the city of Nelson, B.C.

Map of potential 12 premium development sites of multi family for pre-sale.

Map of potential 12 premium development sites of multi family for pre-sale. — Photo courtesy Storm Mountain Development Corp.

The owners of Nelson Landing are reaching out to developers and builders in Nelson to invite them to express their creative ideas on the lakefront triple-A property.

After experiencing a very successful launch with their property in Lantzville, Storm Mountain Development Corp. now wants to explore all options with its property in Nelson. This opens a rare opportunity for local buyers to create their own visions for a development on prime real estate in Nelson.

“We want to ensure we reach out and give every opportunity to developers and builders who have been wanting a place in the Nelson area but haven’t found the right option with so few similar properties available,” says Allard Ockeloen, CEO of Storm Mountain Development Corp.

“It’s a premium development site. We see this as an opportunity to create some sort of destination property,” says realtor Ben Hurlbutt. The property has been zoned for multi-family residential, commercial and recreation destination. “The entire 13-acre property is for sale, but we also wish to speak with people who do not want to commit to such a large-scale project; who may wish to take on a more manageable portion of the project.”

“We’re interested in hearing from anyone who has any interest and ideas on what to do with the land,” says Allard.

About Nelson Landing 

Situated on the shores of Kootenay Lake, Nelson Landing is considered the last significant parcel of lakefront property in the city of Nelson, British Columbia. The “Nelson Landing Development Site” is a 13 acre site with one mile of waterfront located at the northern end of Nelson, BC. This masterplanned community site has been approved for 265 homes of multi-family residential housing, a 78-slip marina, helicopter pad, retail spaces and lodging.

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