The Sewell family believes they are close to receiving approval from the District of West Vancouver for a proposed mega-residential and commercial waterfront development on the Horseshoe Bay waterfront.

Preliminary plans show 171 residential units to be spread throughout six buildings ranging in height from two to nine storeys and with floor plans varying from one bedroom to three bedrooms. If approved, the project would be the largest private development in the history of Horseshoe Bay, now primarily known for its BC Ferries terminal.

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