Boardwalk plans moving forward in downtown Chatham
A visual of what the finished product will look like.
One of Victor Boutin’s big plans is set to give downtown Chatham a huge face lift.
Plans are going full force for The Boardwalk, a multi-level apartment complex, set to be constructed on King Street beside Coffee Culture, and across the street from the Downtown Chatham Centre.
Duane Addy, spokesperson for The Boardwalk, says Everlast Group is excited to help bring people to C-K.
“I think it’s very important to have people in downtown Chatham,” Addy said. “We have been working for some time to attract people to the downtown. We have beautiful parks, wonderful restaurants. So we’re trying to bring down to see all that to make the downtown more vibrant.”
The different featured rooms in the facility will be named after various communities in Chatham-Kent, including The Wallaceburg, The Blenheim, The Dresden, The Tilbury, The Ridgetown and The Merlin.
“The type of units we have are more the upscale type design that they focus on,” he said. “From 1,000 square feet up to 2,200 square feet, from single bachelor to three bedroom.”
More information on the project can be found on their website: http://www.boardwalkonthames.com/