Much has happened since the Kootenay Co-op Grocery Store began searching for a new location–and here’s where you can learn all about it. We are regularly posting interesting developments, stories in the press, info on milestones achieved and much, much more. Come back to this section often to stay up to speed on this exciting project. To see these posts listed by subject area, click on one of the “sub-titles” under The Library above.
by Will Johnson – Nelson Star (photo credit(s), also Will Johnson) People will be living in Nelson Commons by the end of September. “Residents have been doing their unit inspections and the response has been […]
Nelson Commons will soon add a mixed-use presence to Nelson’s bustling downtown article and photos by Louis Bockner Since 1991 the Kootenay Co-op—Nelson’s treasure trove of organic-only foods and natural wellness products—has been operating out […]
Quick newsflash here. We’ve moved our sales office from Hendryx and Baker into the building at 405 Hall Street. If we are there, drop in and say hello. If we are out and about on […]
When we had our show suite on Vernon Street a few months back, it helped many people imagine what being a part of Nelson Commons would be like. Now that our construction is nearing completion, we […]
Here are some great shots of the Nelson Commons crane being brought down after a year of service. Quite a production!
Though this news appeared in our most recent newsletter, it’s too good not to share with everyone. Good news for all lovers of fine foods. The Fisherman’s Market will be the Kootenay Co-op’s new neighbour […]
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 […]