March 25, 2015 - 4:25 PM
PENTICTON - More development is on the way for land overlooking Skaha Lake as the company responsible for the development prepares to launch phase two of the 600-home residential resort community.
The $250-million Skaha Hills project in the southern area of Penticton is moving along in small increments, with 20 of their 47 phase one homes currently being built. In phase two homes to be built will include one level ranchers and ranchers with walkouts, each with double car garages. They'll range in size from 1,300 to 3,500 square feet and the price tag to own one of the homes begins in the $400,000s according to a media release from the company.
The development is a partnership between Skaha Hills Development Corporation, Greyback Construction and the Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation, a for-profit corporation owned by the Penticton Indian Band.
Phase three is expected to launch later in 2015.
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