Friday, November 26, 2021

New housing development announced in Ridgetown

Nor-Built Construction and Chatham-Kent Economic Development are proud to announce that a new housing development is coming to Chatham-Kent.

Victoria Estates, the newest project from Nor-Built Construction and developer Paul Khangura, broke ground on Monday in Ridgetown with the support of Mayor Darrin Canniff and members of council.

Municipal officials say Victoria Estates is a new subdivision that comprises custom-built homes designed for those looking for life in a charming, safe, and quite community, with easy access to great amenities and no commute times.

Ridgetown is just a short drive to Chatham, within an hour of London, and 15 minutes from the beaches and trails of Rondeau Provincial Park.

“When I visited Ridgetown for the first time, I instantly saw a small community with huge potential,” said Paul, in a media release.

“It has a thriving small-town feel, is a short drive to beautiful Rondeau, and has quick access to the 401… I instantly knew this was a great community to invest in.”

The first phase of construction features five 1637 sq. ft. bungalow homes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, double-car garages and many other quality upgrades.

Additional features include a walk-in closet in the master bedroom as well an en-suite bath.

Some models may also include a cover porch or patio, and all offer a full unfinished basement with roughed-in plumbing for a future bathroom.

Phase 2, scheduled for late 2022, is set to bring in an additional five detached and six semi-detached homes.

“Working with Chatham-Kent’s Planning and Building teams has been a great experience,” said Paul.

“They’ve helped us move this project along quickly and efficiently from a vision to the point today where we’ve got shovels in the ground.”

Committed to ongoing development, Paul has brought Harb Kaler and Clayton Thibeault on as business partners with the goal to acquire more properties in the Ridgetown area to pursue more development opportunities.

“Developers continue to choose Chatham-Kent for their projects because they see an expanding community, one that’s trending upwards, with excellent potential for future growth and a great backbone of community support,” said Mayor Darrin Canniff, in a media release.

“Chatham-Kent continues to grow our reputation as a great place to live, work, play, and invest and we’re doing everything we can to support this.”

For more information on the development, visit Nor-Built Constriction’s website.

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