Newport Beach Developments unveiled plans for its Oceanfront Park, making significant headway for what’s hoped to be the revitalization of the former Nexen Beach lands.
Initial stages in getting the project running have taken years and included extensive public consultation.
Newport’s showcase, which was held in Howe Sound Brewing on Nov. 29, provides the most concrete snapshot of what’s in store for the future of the park.
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“I think the biggest thing that we were trying to do was just encapsulate all the needs and wants of all the various constituents and try and make sure we got a little bit of something for everybody out there,” said John Matthews, principal of development firm Matthews Southwest.
“It’s more capturing the general feel and want of not only our survey that we did last year, but all the work that led up to now…. I think we’ve done that.”
Matthews Southwest, along with the Squamish Nation, form Squamish Cornerstone Developments.