From the Richmond Review:
A planned centre for the study, treatment and assessment of autism—the first of its kind—is moving ahead on Sea Island.
The city’s development permit panel board will hear an application from NSDA Architects Wednesday for the construction of a 59,772-square-foot facility for the Pacific Autism Family Centre Foundation.
The $28-million centre is proposed for a vacant 0.9-hectare (2.3-acre) site off Russ Baker Way near the B.C. Institute of Technology Aerospace Campus, at 1001 Hudson Ave.
Foundation co-founder Sergio Cocchia presented plans to Richmond council a year ago.
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