Bryton Group is selling its 30-acres of land in Prince Rupert for $24 million after abandoning the Oceanview Development Property project. (File photo)

Oceanview Development land up for $24M in Prince Rupert

Bryton Group is selling its 30 acre undeveloped property near BC Ferries Terminal

Thirty acres of property with ocean views of Prince Rupert’s harbour is available for purchase to the tune of $24 million.

District Lot 251 is up for sale through Royal LePage Prince George. The undeveloped property was listed in March, described as an ideal site for “industrial development, laydown yard or a residential development.”

Four years ago, Bryton Group shared its plans with the City of Prince Rupert to develop this property into 37 single family lots between the RV Campground and the BC Ferries Terminals.

READ MORE: Oceanview project delayed due to technicality

While the developer hoped to have shovels in the ground by July 2015, the project never came to light.

A portion of the lot, zoned as business industrial, was rezoned to multi-family on July 6, 2015.

READ MORE: Developer outlines plans for new housing area in Prince Rupert

The Realtor did not respond for comment.


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Royal LePage in Prince George has listed 30-acres of ocean view property in Prince Rupert for $24 million. (Royal LePage map)

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