Crew-Goetz Landing Build

2384 Queensway Drive, Burlington

Our Build Story

Our Queensway build site is starting to take shape in preparation for site servicing and initial construction to begin later this year. The site will become up to 18 affordable homes for families in need in Burlington.
The project in Burlington will be named after the original land owners – the Crew family – as well as longstanding Habitat Halton volunteer – Susan Goetz – for her continued service in her community and inspiring dedication to Habitat and its mission over many years.

This project will be one of the first steps our affiliate will take towards build more new homes in 2016 and 2017 for families in need than we’ve ever built before and we’re really excited!

Since kicking off the demolition in partnership with the Nissan Canada Foundation on March 23rd, we’ve successfully knocked down both of the existing buildings on the lot to make room for the new townhome complex and completed the necessary soil remediation. The tighter space will be a bit of a challenge, but our team of Crew Leaders, volunteers and staff are up to the task. Thanks to all of our building experience at the Plains Road build site this year, we’re confident that we can get this project off to a great start.

Projected Timeline*

Fall 2016 – Planning and development
Fall 2017 – Building permits finalized
Spring 2018 – Site servicing
Summer 2018 – Building Starts


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Project Update

Work towards our site application for our Crew-Goetz Landing build in Queensway is currently underway! We anticipate submitting it by the end of September with the goal of obtaining building permits early in the new year. We are working towards construction commencing on the site in early 2018 and are excited to be holding our groundbreaking ceremony on October 6th. Invitations will go out shortly so stay tuned to our Facebook page!

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