A major housing development in Canandaigua has been called off.
Chrisanntha Inc. wanted to develop approximately 72 single-family homes, which would have been known as the North Classics subdivision on approximately 30 acres of land in the area of North Road and Stewart Place.
The homes would have ranged between $300,000 and $325,000. They would have been between 1,400 and 1,700 square feet. City Council voted last week to start the review process on the next series of approvals. They also appeared to largely support the project, but did not want to see part of the property turned over to the City for park land, according to The Daily Messenger.
Chrisanntha President Chris Iversen said late-last week the project was on-hold indefinitely. He wouldn’t cite specifics on what prompted the decision. “It appears we have different visions,” Iversen said. “We have other projects going on and I guess we decided it was better for us to concentrate on those.”
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