Unlike many of Nelson Commons’ future residents, Paul and Mary Major will be upsizing rather than downsizing. That’s because they’ve spent the better part of the last ten years cruising the South Pacific in a […]
by Greg Nesteroff – Nelson Star posted Dec 18, 2015 at 1:00 AM I’ve been meaning to write about the history of the Nelson Commons site since February, when Mitzi Hufty phoned to share her […]
The Nelson Commons construction site is beginning to experience the challenges of a Kootenay winter. This week began with just enough cold, wet snow to make things pretty miserable for the workers. Progress on Tuesday morning […]
The Nelson Commons, Kootenay Co-op and the City of Nelson are excited to offer Restricted Resale housing for the first time in Nelson. This program is being made possible by financial contributions from Kootenay Co-op […]
Big day last Friday when 300 cubic meters of concrete was poured – the terrace level for the 30 residential units at the west end of the building.
Construction crews were hard at work Wednesday morning as the Nelson Commons project began to take shape under a mammoth crane — the largest used in local history. * image credit: Will Johnson photo *by Will […]
Construction is well underway – here are a few shots of the Co-op and the first floor of residential. Click on an image to see it larger.
Nelson Commons will be open to residents as of the end of July, 2016 — Image Credit: Bill Metcalfe by Bill Metcalfe – Nelson Star The Nelson Commons construction project is on track, says project manager Russell […]
Kootenay Lake at Nelson (above) and a model of the Nelson Commons housing and commercial development (below). (Common Ground in Creativity section, Current Edition, July 2015 ) In recent years, the concept of social […]
The Nelson Commons worksite from the crane– photo by construction worker Connor Crichton. — image credit: Connor Crichton by Bill Metcalfe – Nelson Star posted Apr 30, 2015 at 1:00 PM— updated Apr 30, 2015 at 3:17 […]