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Highway 26 developments from Collingwood to Craigleith: Development Series Part 8

Posted by Sherry Rioux on April 9, 2019

In the final post of this series, we put it all together; at least as far as the proposed developments along the Highway 26 corridor go.

Using the most recent development activity maps I could find on the two town websites (Collingwood and Blue Mountains), and adding the projects we have now heard about, I was able to map the potential growth along this important corridor.

My squiggly gold line is Highway 26 and together, this stretch of Highway 26 represents over 2600 new dwelling units in some stage of development and/or discussion. If each unit represented two people, that a potential growth of 5,000 people living close to a two-lane arterial road on the edge of town.  It really makes you think about how things are changing.

Here is a closer look at each map individually.

I hope you enjoyed following this series as much as I did researching it and putting it all together.

Related Posts:

Part 1 New Developments In Collingwood and Blue Mountain 
Part 2 These Statistics About Growth in Collingwood Might Surprise You
Part 3 Will Collingwood Get Some New Units That Allow Airbnb Uses?
Part 4 This Plan in Collingwood Wants Approval for 655 New Homes
Part 5 900 More Homes on the Way Up to Blue Mountain
Part 6 Aqua Village in Craigleith
Part 7 Craigleith Ridge by Parkbridge

2 thoughts on “Highway 26 developments from Collingwood to Craigleith: Development Series Part 8

  • Lulu Chan
    on April 9, 2019

    I seriously think the stretch along Beachwood Road so under develop, If the town can come up with something along the Beachwood, that would be great!

  • Marg Scheben-Edey, Broker
    on April 10, 2019

    We are seeing more along there in recent years but the limitation is that municipal services do not do go all along there and, they are needed for a dense development.

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