An artistic rendering of the Trinity building from the proposed town square.
Forrester said the new buildings will contain architectural elements that will be reminiscent of Trinity United Church, from brickwork to arches that set off the church’s windows. The rose window that adorned the front of the church will be recaptured in the design of a common gathering area between the two apartment buildings.
The residential buildings would provide 105 living units, with one-third of the units priced below market value. More than half the units would be one-bedroom suites, 43 would be two-bedroom units and four would be three bedrooms. Parking would provide 95 spaces and the parking would be underground.
Forrester said work still needs to be done on the community centre proposal, but added it likely would contain a church area of some kind. She said the whole proposal is designed to fit in with and complement plans the township is making for the revitalization of the downtown area.