SRDC NEWS

2016-06-10
WATERFRONT VISION - PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE - JUNE 22, 2016: 7PM
Ekistics Plan+Design is helping Summerside to plan for the next 25 years of its waterfront and dow...
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2016-06-09
EXPLORING ATTRACTS
Adventure Canada aims to deliver unique experiences of culture, history, and natural wonder, and suc...
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2016-05-20
VECTOR UPGRADES CAPACITY WITH NEW ENGINE TEST CELL
Trevor Hogan sat behind a shiny new control panel Wednesday morning, with all kinds of monitors, but...
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2016-01-19
SUMMERSIDE GROUP PLANNING WATER TAXI, UPGRADES TO HISTORIC LIGHTHOUSE
There are plans afoot to introduce some unique attractions to the City of Summerside’s waterfront. ...
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Home - Projects: Completed

Completed PROJECTS

1972 - Waterfront Redevelopments
Waterfront re-development began with the reclamation of 27 acres along the shorefront in 1972.
1973 - Summerside Golf Course
In 1973 the SRDC purchased the Summerside Golf Course and in 1978 constructed a new clubhouse at a total cost of $196,000. In 1985 Golf Club completed a three year project to improve and upgrade the golf course with costs totaling over $430,000.
1982 - Harbour Drive
The construction of Harbour Drive and Granville Street Extension in the early 80s cost approximately $4 million. It allowed vastly improved access to port facilities and waterfront land areas for future development and improved traffic flow in the downtown business district.
1985 - West End Land Assembly
In the mid-1980s SRDC began to assemble land for future development and by 1991 had assembled approximately 300 acres.
1991 - Spinnakers' Landing
The Summerside Boardwalk Project, named Spinnakers' Landing, opened for business on July 1, 1991. This project contains approximately 6,000 square feet of commercial space in the form of old style buildings constructed on a boardwalk spanning the former yacht basin.
1996 - Harbourfront Jubilee Theatre
The Harbourfront Jubilee Theatre opened its doors in 1996, the result of more than a decade of tireless effort with the vision to create a state of the art, multi purpose performing arts facility in Prince County.