Clearview getting service station, coffee shop

A service station and coffee shop are the latest proposed additions to Clearview Market Square.

A service station and coffee shop are the latest proposed additions to Clearview Market Square.

Shell Canada Ltd. has received approval from the City of Red Deer to develop a four-pump station and convenience store at 62 Carleton Ave., just south of 67th Street.

A Tim Hortons outlet with a drive-through is also expected to operate out of the 4,700-square-foot premises.

Verity Conrad, a spokesperson with Shell, said a date for the start of construction has yet to be determined, but it will likely be in the spring of 2013.

Clearview Market Square, which is located west of 30th Avenue and south of 67th Street, already has four financial institutions operating there: Servus Credit Union, the Royal Bank, TD Canada Trust and CIBC. Also confirmed for the shopping centre is a Shoppers Drug Mart, a Loblaw grocery store with a gas bar and liquor store, and a Canadian Brew House pub.

Tenants in multi-bay buildings will include Pet Planet, Subway, a veterinarian, a spa, an insurance agent, a tax preparation agency, a dentist and a tanning salon.

Clearview Market Square is being developed by Melcor Developments Ltd.

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