The emerging seaside village of Spirit Bay has responded to growth and demand by engaging Farmer Construction Ltd. to build new high-end homes, civic buildings and community infrastructure.
Spirit Bay, an authentic seaside village being built on the shores of the Salish Sea in Beecher Bay 35 minutes outside Victoria, is a great local public-private public private partnerships between First Nations and development partners can create sustainable long term development.
Spirit Bay is a partnership between Sc’ianew First Nation and the Trust for Sustainable Development.
The Trust for Sustainable Development has enjoyed a working relationship over the past two decades with Farmer Construction, most recently with the buildout of the iconic Shoal Point at Victoria’s inner harbour, and the Harbourside Residential Towers and Coast Hotel in Victoria. The Trust believes Farmer brings the scope of organization, quality of workmanship, and reputation needed to build out Spirit Bay at the pace and quality we require.
“Spirit Bay is emerging as one of the regions must see post card locations. The colourful homes, community, amazing wilderness, and unique partnership with the First Nation, exemplifies sustainability. We are excited to be taking this next stride forward with Farmer.” – KRIS OBRIGEWITSCH (Developer).
The addition of Farmer Construction stays true to the vision for integrity and quality espoused by Spirit Bay’s late founder, David Butterfield. Spirit Bay thrives as a testament to the strength of David’s vision, the vision of his successor and partner Kris Obrigewitsch, the strength of our partnerships (most notably with the Sc’ianew First Nation), and the resiliency of the team charged with fulfilling the vision.
“With the growth of Spirit Bay, people can now actually see, first-hand, what makes this place so unique and special. From the demonstrated respect for the land to the cheerful, colourful homes and pedestrian orientation, Spirit Bay is rapidly moving from pure vision to breathtaking reality” says Obrigewitsch.