New Apartment Planned For Lower Pim Street


Another new residential development is planned for the Sault Ste. Marie downtown area.

Steve Perzia will outline his plans for a $20 million , 5 storey 103 unit apartment building at Monday’s council meeting.

Perzia describes the project as a residential complex featuring one and two bedroom units. The building will also include a sauna and exercise room as well as a party room.

The building will sit on the property that once was home to another apartment complex called Tara Hall.  Tara Hall burnt to the ground in the late 1980’s.  The lot has been vacant ever since.

The company, known as Perzia’s One Ten Pim Inc., will be seeking municipal tax rebates for the project.  100 percent in year one , dropping 25 percent over the next four years.

Council will be asked to approve the rebates Monday.


  1. He had a similar plan in 2017 for a 72 unit apartment building at that same location does anyone know why did it not happen? I read that there were a lot of upset neighbors at the time because of invasion of their privacy and it shading their properties. Has this latest plan already been approved or are we going to go through this all over again?

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