KDFN and the Yukon government have completed a plan for a new neighbourhood on Range Point.
The area includes
- KDFN Settlement Land parcel C-15B (14.85 hectares); and
- YG’s Lot 262-6 (3.6 hectares).
Started in 2020, the plan was created with input from KDFN Beneficiaries and Citizens, Range Point residents, governments, and the general public.
During land claims, C-15 was selected to help KDFN make money to provide programs and services to Beneficiaries and Citizens.
The Range Point neighbourhood will include approximately 390 units through a mix of different housing types. It will also feature a central park, internal paths, and access to nearby green spaces.
As with all KDFN residential developments, KDFN Citizens will get a preferential opportunity to purchase on the Settlement Land parcel.
Check out the latest project information:
Learn more about the Range Point Joint Master Plan.
Contact: Glenda Koh, Urban Planning and Policy Advisor