A 599-unit apartment and townhouse development has been proposed for the former home of the Clayburn Brick Plant.

Public hearing Monday for huge development near downtown

A 599-unit development has been proposed for a large site just north of the historic downtown

The public will get its chance Monday to weigh in on the proposed townhouse and apartment development for the old Clayburn Brick Plant site just north of Abbotsford’s historic downtown.

Infinity Properties has plans to build three apartment buildings and hundreds of townhomes on the sprawling site. The 599-unit project would also include a handful of commercial units at the southern edge of the property.

The project would be built in phases, with the south-eastern section the first to go up.

Council gave two readings to necessary rezoning of the project two weeks ago. A public hearing will be held on Monday, at 7 p.m. at Matsqui Centennial Auditorium, after which council will vote on third reading.

Check out our previous stories on the project below:

Plans revealed for huge development near Abbotsford’s historic downtown

Council likes plan for brick plant project


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City documents show the planned layout of a new development on the former site of the Clayburn Brick Plant.

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