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The Pulse on 8th approved by Kamloops City Council

We are thrilled to announce that our latest development project, “The Pulse on 8th”, has received unanimous approval from the Kamloops City Council. This significant milestone marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Total Concept Developments, as we embark on the construction of a 191-unit residential building in the heart of the North Shore.

After diligent planning and collaboration with the city, we are pleased to share that the council has also agreed to discharge a no-build covenant that was previously placed on a portion of the property. This decision paves the way for our vision to come to life, allowing us to utilize the space more efficiently while maintaining a respectful distance from neighboring single-family homes.

“The Pulse on 8th” is set to transform three properties located in the 1000-block of 8th Street, adjacent to local landmarks such as the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and a 7-Eleven. This development will feature two six-storey, mixed-use buildings that blend into the fabric of the community.

The larger of the two buildings will be situated on the northernmost section of the property, offering 126 residential units. Residents will enjoy a rooftop amenity area perfect for relaxation and socializing, alongside two ground-floor commercial units.

In a commitment to supporting our senior community, the smaller building will be dedicated to seniors’ affordable housing, containing 65 units. This building will host a commercial unit, contributing to the local economy and providing convenient services to our residents.

At Total Concept Developments, we are deeply committed to enhancing the Kamloops community through thoughtful and innovative projects like “The Pulse on 8th”. We believe this development will not only provide high-quality living spaces but also foster a vibrant, connected community. We look forward to breaking ground and bringing this vision to life, contributing positively to the North Shore’s landscape and its people.

Read full article here: https://www.kamloopsbcnow.com/watercooler/news/news/Kamloops/Kamloops_council_gives_green_light_to_191_unit_apartment_building