Sobeys, restaurants highlight new commercial complex in Upper Stoney Creek

News Jun 18, 2015 by Gord Bowes Stoney Creek News

Sobeys will anchor a new commercial development in upper Stoney Creek.

The grocery store is the first tenant being identified by Effort Trust for its Heritage Highlands complex.

Construction is expected to begin next summer, said manager Gerald Asa, around the time construction of the Upper Red Hill Valley Parkway is completed.

The 17-acre site, located on the southwest corner of Stone Church East and Upper Mount Albion, is being developed in two phases, said Asa. There will be 15 stores and restaurants in the complex.

Asa said he would not be releasing the name of other tenants until a later date, but noted they would be smaller stores, not “big box” type of stores as found across the street at Heritage Greene.

During the first phase, on the north side of the property, a section of Upper Mount Albion will be urbanized.

“At the corner of Upper Mount Albion and Stone Church we’re going to have a very lovely patio area for restaurants, a nice green area with a walking path,” said Asa.

The second phase won’t be developed until Highland Road is urbanized, he said.While that project is expected to be undertaken within the next two years, no start date has been set.

Sobeys, restaurants highlight new commercial complex in Upper Stoney Creek

First tenant identified for Effort Trust's Heritage Highlands complex

News Jun 18, 2015 by Gord Bowes Stoney Creek News

Sobeys will anchor a new commercial development in upper Stoney Creek.

The grocery store is the first tenant being identified by Effort Trust for its Heritage Highlands complex.

Construction is expected to begin next summer, said manager Gerald Asa, around the time construction of the Upper Red Hill Valley Parkway is completed.

The 17-acre site, located on the southwest corner of Stone Church East and Upper Mount Albion, is being developed in two phases, said Asa. There will be 15 stores and restaurants in the complex.

Asa said he would not be releasing the name of other tenants until a later date, but noted they would be smaller stores, not “big box” type of stores as found across the street at Heritage Greene.

During the first phase, on the north side of the property, a section of Upper Mount Albion will be urbanized.

“At the corner of Upper Mount Albion and Stone Church we’re going to have a very lovely patio area for restaurants, a nice green area with a walking path,” said Asa.

The second phase won’t be developed until Highland Road is urbanized, he said.While that project is expected to be undertaken within the next two years, no start date has been set.

Sobeys, restaurants highlight new commercial complex in Upper Stoney Creek

First tenant identified for Effort Trust's Heritage Highlands complex

News Jun 18, 2015 by Gord Bowes Stoney Creek News

Sobeys will anchor a new commercial development in upper Stoney Creek.

The grocery store is the first tenant being identified by Effort Trust for its Heritage Highlands complex.

Construction is expected to begin next summer, said manager Gerald Asa, around the time construction of the Upper Red Hill Valley Parkway is completed.

The 17-acre site, located on the southwest corner of Stone Church East and Upper Mount Albion, is being developed in two phases, said Asa. There will be 15 stores and restaurants in the complex.

Asa said he would not be releasing the name of other tenants until a later date, but noted they would be smaller stores, not “big box” type of stores as found across the street at Heritage Greene.

During the first phase, on the north side of the property, a section of Upper Mount Albion will be urbanized.

“At the corner of Upper Mount Albion and Stone Church we’re going to have a very lovely patio area for restaurants, a nice green area with a walking path,” said Asa.

The second phase won’t be developed until Highland Road is urbanized, he said.While that project is expected to be undertaken within the next two years, no start date has been set.