A date has been set for another public hearing concerning a massive real-estate development planned for Burnaby.
On February 25, residents and interested parties will have a chance to comment on a redevelopment of Brentwood mall that stands to consist of 11 towers reaching a maximum height of 70 stories.
Called Brentwood Town Centre, the proposal concerns a 28-acre site located where Lougheed Highway crosses Willingdon Avenue.
“It will house 1.3 million square feet of retail, 500,000 square feet of office and high-rise residential towers,” states a project website.
According to a Burnaby city council report, the first phase of the project will consist of a 53-story residential tower to sit atop a three-story commercial complex. According to Shape Properties, the project’s developer, anchor tenants include London Drugs and Sears.
The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. on February 25 at Burnaby City Hall.