RMOW unveils early plans for 550 employee-restricted homes in Cheakamus Crossing 

FIRST LOOK: Healthy turnout for open house at Westin Resort

click to enlarge PHOTO BY BRANDON BARRETT - Whistler Mayor Nancy Wilhelm-Morden discusses the master-planning process for 550 resident-restricted homes slated for Cheakamus Crossing at an open house on Oct. 1.
  • Photo by Brandon Barrett
  • Whistler Mayor Nancy Wilhelm-Morden discusses the master-planning process for 550 resident-restricted homes slated for Cheakamus Crossing at an open house on Oct. 1.

Whistlerites got a glimpse at the municipality's initial plans for new resident-restricted housing in Cheakamus Crossing at an open house Tuesday night, Oct. 1.

The forum, held at the Westin Resort and attended by over 100 people, updated the community on the progress the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has made on the master-planning process for the municipally owned lands in the former Athlete's Village neighbourhood.

As part of Cheakamus Crossing Phase 2, the RMOW is focused on how best to develop 550 employee-restricted homes aimed at both permanent and temporary resident workers, "with a focus on creating homes that can be offered at below-market-rents, while also being financially feasible for the municipality," according to a RMOW release.

Matthew Carter of MGC Projects, which has been tapped by the RMOW to develop the business plan for Cheakamus Crossing's latest development, said the earliest move-in date is being targeted for the spring of 2021.

For more details on the RMOW's master-planning process, read the full story in Thursday's edition of Pique or at piquenewsmagazine.com.

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