Dundas 24 Brock St. N. promotion starts, sales not allowed

News May 25, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

Although a proposed residential development is being advertised in conjunction with a local realtor, no condo unit sales are allowed yet, and construction has not been approved.

A poster advertising The Spencer at Dundas Peak was attached to a fence near 24 Brock St. N. and invites interested parties to “register for VIP access.” The sign states Sage Developments and St. Jean Realty are involved in the project.

“Sales have not commenced at this time,” said realtor Michael St. Jean. “We are doing some preliminary marketing.”

He said the early work includes signage, a website, renderings and building a registration list.

Under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act, a company must be registered with Tarion, the provincial new home warranty corporation, before building or selling condominium units.

Tarion spokesperson Andrew Donnachie confirmed owner North Brock Street Holdings Inc., and the 24 Brock St. N. project, are not registered with Tarion.

Donnachie said the owner can not enter agreements of sale and can not accept deposits.

“Tarion does not have the authority to restrict marketing (or) advertising of the project,” Andrew Donnachie said.

Sage Developments president Sajid Rehmatullah is also president of North Brock Street Holdings Inc., which owns the property.

Rehmatullah has not responded to several requests for comment over the last 13 months. He has not commented on plans for the property since appearing at an LPAT appeal hearing in December 2018.

“Tarion approval, site plan and building permits will be obtained as needed and in accordance with all rules and regulations,” St. Jean said.

According to City of Hamilton planning spokesperson Allison Jones, North Brock Street Holdings has not taken any action on achieving site plan approval for the proposed four-storey, 14-metre high, 51-unit condo building since settling an LPAT appeal of a minor variance to the zoning bylaw in November 2019.

 

Dundas 24 Brock St. N. promotion starts, sales not allowed

Proposed condo development has not received site plan approval

News May 25, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

Although a proposed residential development is being advertised in conjunction with a local realtor, no condo unit sales are allowed yet, and construction has not been approved.

A poster advertising The Spencer at Dundas Peak was attached to a fence near 24 Brock St. N. and invites interested parties to “register for VIP access.” The sign states Sage Developments and St. Jean Realty are involved in the project.

“Sales have not commenced at this time,” said realtor Michael St. Jean. “We are doing some preliminary marketing.”

He said the early work includes signage, a website, renderings and building a registration list.

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Under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act, a company must be registered with Tarion, the provincial new home warranty corporation, before building or selling condominium units.

Tarion spokesperson Andrew Donnachie confirmed owner North Brock Street Holdings Inc., and the 24 Brock St. N. project, are not registered with Tarion.

Donnachie said the owner can not enter agreements of sale and can not accept deposits.

“Tarion does not have the authority to restrict marketing (or) advertising of the project,” Andrew Donnachie said.

Sage Developments president Sajid Rehmatullah is also president of North Brock Street Holdings Inc., which owns the property.

Rehmatullah has not responded to several requests for comment over the last 13 months. He has not commented on plans for the property since appearing at an LPAT appeal hearing in December 2018.

“Tarion approval, site plan and building permits will be obtained as needed and in accordance with all rules and regulations,” St. Jean said.

According to City of Hamilton planning spokesperson Allison Jones, North Brock Street Holdings has not taken any action on achieving site plan approval for the proposed four-storey, 14-metre high, 51-unit condo building since settling an LPAT appeal of a minor variance to the zoning bylaw in November 2019.

 

Dundas 24 Brock St. N. promotion starts, sales not allowed

Proposed condo development has not received site plan approval

News May 25, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

Although a proposed residential development is being advertised in conjunction with a local realtor, no condo unit sales are allowed yet, and construction has not been approved.

A poster advertising The Spencer at Dundas Peak was attached to a fence near 24 Brock St. N. and invites interested parties to “register for VIP access.” The sign states Sage Developments and St. Jean Realty are involved in the project.

“Sales have not commenced at this time,” said realtor Michael St. Jean. “We are doing some preliminary marketing.”

He said the early work includes signage, a website, renderings and building a registration list.

Related Content

Under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act, a company must be registered with Tarion, the provincial new home warranty corporation, before building or selling condominium units.

Tarion spokesperson Andrew Donnachie confirmed owner North Brock Street Holdings Inc., and the 24 Brock St. N. project, are not registered with Tarion.

Donnachie said the owner can not enter agreements of sale and can not accept deposits.

“Tarion does not have the authority to restrict marketing (or) advertising of the project,” Andrew Donnachie said.

Sage Developments president Sajid Rehmatullah is also president of North Brock Street Holdings Inc., which owns the property.

Rehmatullah has not responded to several requests for comment over the last 13 months. He has not commented on plans for the property since appearing at an LPAT appeal hearing in December 2018.

“Tarion approval, site plan and building permits will be obtained as needed and in accordance with all rules and regulations,” St. Jean said.

According to City of Hamilton planning spokesperson Allison Jones, North Brock Street Holdings has not taken any action on achieving site plan approval for the proposed four-storey, 14-metre high, 51-unit condo building since settling an LPAT appeal of a minor variance to the zoning bylaw in November 2019.