Street. Believe me, I was concerned too. This is a wonderful street with such potential!
|Looking up in the Old Sam’s Store|
|Upstairs at Old Carsand – Mosher building|
Carsand – Mosher building has all 4 parts rented: 1-dessert shop, 2-Argyle Fine Arts 3-an advertising company and 4- a brand name store that will fit into the sporting lifestyle hub which this area is becoming a destination for. Final touches will be complete by June.
Roy building is now under consideration by council for redevelopment and there will be a public hearing on May 10th, please checkout the design and attend the Public Hearing and have your say!
Furthermore, the Morse tea building will be home to new restaurant, Baton- Rouge, by May 20th. Not only will this give foodies a new place to dwell, but it will aid in the generation of new employment in the food industry in the Downtown.
It takes time for developments or redevelopment to be completed when you are preserving old building like those in the e-space development (Sam’s Granite/Ginger’s buildings). Barrington Street is about to be reborn!
Starfish Properties web site: http://www.starfishproperties.ca/
|Old Elevator Doors at Sam the Record Man
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