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Ontario Construction News staff writer
The Town of Oakville is selling a portion of the former Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (OTMH). The Property has an approved draft plan (24T-18001/1613) for 19 single family detached lots and 16 townhouse dwellings.
The former OTMH site, owned by the town, is situated within an established residential area north-east of downtown Oakville and south-east of the Oakville GO station.
The entire former OTMH site is approximately 5.7 hectares in size, which includes the new Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre, neighbourhood park, parking garage, as well as a future seniors-oriented housing development. The Property being offered for sale is approximately 2.0 ha in size.
“This is a rare chance to acquire an extraordinary development site in a mature desirable neighbourhood in the Town of Oakville – one of the most affluent and well- established urban communities in Canada with an expanding population of 215,700 residents,” the city said in a news release.
“This Property is being offered without an asking price. We invite respondents to submit an offer on or before 2 p.m., local time on Fri., Oct. 15, in accordance with the RFP requirements.”
For more information about the site and to obtain the full RFP package, visit the Former Hospital Site Residential Subdivision RFP page.