Phase 1 Now Underway

4 Story Market Condo Development

 

Kamloops' Urban Edge

 

Where Campus and Community Come Together

90

Acres to be Developed

42.6K

sq. ft. of Retail Space

40K

sq. ft. of Office Space

3.0M

sq. ft. of Residential Space

Modern Living in a Sustainable Community

The Reach is a vibrant, urban community that invites people to live, work, learn and play adjacent to one of Canada’s most scenic and modern universities. Our community is founded on our principle of “people first” and is designed to be a pedestrian oriented environment that seeks to maximize places and spaces for social interaction. Our outdoor public spaces are environments that invite all community members to relax, meditate, exercise, connect and find peace in the outdoors. We are a transit and bike friendly community that will be the future home of the Kamloops mobile shared economy.

Community

Live on the Urban Edge

The Reach is a place where people from all walks of life, will be inspired to experience and share their stories. Positioned on the edge between downtown and Thompson Rivers’ University, Kamloops newest lifestyle opportunity is courageous in design and courageous in its people. We invite you to become a part of this vibrant and relevant community.

Location & Lifestyle

Connecting Campus with Community

The Reach is a place where you will be able to access everything you need – whether it’s a quiet walk on nature trails or a short jaunt to the outdoor market to enjoy street entertainment. The Reach is a connected community spread over 250 acres of prime view property adjacent to an 800-hectare municipal park, and a large urban, commercial district.

News & Events

 

World Class View

The view from The Reach is world class and breathtaking. The natural and build environment at Thompson Rivers University is as unique, diverse, and appealing as any university campus in North America. Every day at The Reach starts and ends with a serene panoramic view of the mountains, rivers, and valleys in the second sunniest city in Canada.

Opportunity

Deeply Rooted in Purpose

The development rights for approximately 90 acres of land at TRU will be sold to developers with the sole beneficiary being TRU and the TRU Foundation. The funds will support the University in its pursuit of academic research, and TRU students through bursaries and scholarships.

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