A $25.25 million (153 acre) project that includes several commercial, mixed-use, and residential buildings, with a pedestrian-friendly “high street” open mall and apartments at its core, surrounded by townhomes and detached houses, providing 11,500 private dwellings.
200-acre site showcases several major institutions including the RCMP Pacific Region Training Centre (PRTC), Canadian Police College, Justice Institute of BC (JIBC), Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), and the Food and Agriculture Institute (FAI).
$22 million project that is home to the Chilliwack Art Gallery, HUB International Theatre (584 seats), Rotary Hall Studio Theatre (168 seats), plus 21 music instruction rooms; four arts and crafts studios; meeting rooms; and related amenities.
$9 million renovation of the former Cheam Centre showcases a 6-lane, 25 metre swimming pool, lazy river, hot tub, sauna, squash courts, weight training room, fitness equipment, double gymnasium, and meeting and multi-purpose rooms.
Chilliwack General Hospital completed a $35 million expansion to its facilities in 2011. The hospital, which was built in 1911, now has a modern laboratory and emergency room with cutting edge equipment. Many departments received renovations, including the cardiopulmonary clinic, ambulatory care, medical daycare and paediatric care.
This 700,000 sq.ft. commercial development includes Home Depot, Walmart Supercentre and Galaxy Cineplex Cinemas.
The Chilliwack Coliseum is a 100,00 sq.ft, multi-purpose facility with two NHL-sized ice surfaces. The main rink has seating for about 5,000 for sporting events and the building can accommodate over 6,000 people for concerts. Home to the Chilliwack Chiefs, the Chilliwack Coliseum also hosts numerous community recreation programs, conferences and concerts.
The Chilliwack YMCA is now 36,700 sq.ft, 25 percent bigger than the previous facility. The new YMCA features a 4,600 sq.ft. swimming pool, gymnasium, cycle and group fitness studios, stretching and adaptive space, five multipurpose rooms, social areas, play areas and an outdoor playground.
The new Chilliwack Curling Club opened its doors at the end of 2018. This facility is another addition to the redevelopment of the Landing site, following in the footsteps of the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, Chilliwack Coliseum and the Chilliwack Landing Leisure Centre. It is not only a facility for the 650 member strong curling fraternity, but is also utilized for other community events that include minor sports activities, trade shows, weddings and receptions.
Cattermole Industrial Estates: 100+ acre heavy industrial park
Legacy Pacific Industrial Park: over 280,000 sq.ft. of industrial, warehouse, distribution, public freezer, and office space in a 38+ acre industrial park
Progress Way Industrial Park: 72.6 acre industrial park with 21 parcels
Chilliwack Food and Beverage Processing ParkKerr Avenue Business Park: 67.3 acre food processing industrial subdivision