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Dawson Creek

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The elegance and practicality that Formwerks Architecture has offered in Vancouver for decades is now available in Dawson Creek. These beautiful townhomes are solidly built to offer you and your tenants the best in accommodation now and for years to come.

Loran Drive is a premier location in Dawson Creek. The townhomes back directly onto Leoppky Park, and enable residents to enjoy the wilderness, walking and biking trails that crisscross though the park. Seventeenth Street at the end of the block provides easy access to transit. Town center is just 2 km away, minutes by car, 10 minutes by bike. Crescent Park Elementary School is just 300 meters.

The quadraplex complex offers 16 one bedroom, 582 ft2 suites and 16 two bedroom 1,043 ft2 units. One-bedroom suites on the ground floor, feature combined living/dining rooms, full kitchen, independent bedroom and full bath. Two bedroom units are on two levels, with living/dining, kitchen and powder room on the main, and two bedrooms two bathrooms up. These units are very versatile and are ideally suited for two singles sharing, a young family, or retirees looking to downsize. Each has a private deck overlooking the park, ideal for summer barbeques. All suites feature washer/dryer, dishwasher, electric fireplaces with heaters, accent lighting, stained cabinetry and matching black appliances.

Dawson Creek is a rapidly growing town that offers excellent investment opportunities. Population of Peace River regionis forecast to grow from the present 64,000 to over 120,000 in the next 6 years. Industrial opportunities that drive growth include the giant Montney gas field with enough gas to satisfy BC’s needs for 145 years, and the Site C dam, just 50 kilometers from town.
Companies recently opening offices include Encana, Pacific Northern Gas, and Air Liquide.Spectra Energy, which opened a natural gas-processing plant in Dawson Creek in 2011, will soon cement plans for an 850-kilometre pipeline from the Dawson Creek area to the northeast Coast.As well, Shell Canada, with Asian investors and TransCanada Corp., is planning a $4 billion pipeline from the Dawson Creek-area gas fields to the proposed LNG plant at Kitimat. This project will require 2,000 to 2,500 construction workers.