Station 44 up for sale

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Map: The development area for Station 44 has been put up for sale.

A proposed project that would have included residential complexes, retail stores and hotels is no more.

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Station 44 has been put up for sale, with an asking price of $26 million. The 220 acre plot of land is located off the Alaska Highway at the 72 St. bypass, in the southeast area of Fort St. John.

Construction was expected to begin in the spring of 2009 but was delayed several times. One of the reasons previously given was because the property management company was having problems finding retailers to commit to the space.

The area has been zoned for residential and various types of commercial space.

For the $26 million price, one can purchase the irregular shaped piece of land, which does not have municipal water or sewer service.

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