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If Sydney can't secure Novoporte Saint John should take a stab at it. Rail connection is stronger, plus Saint John has been justifiably slavering for a way to expropriate eroding properties near Canaport without spending city money on them.
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New office building under construction in Membertou-Sydney.
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Whereabouts in Membertou? Main reserve, or across Hwy 125 where they're planning their commercial area?
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It is next to the strip mall that contains Tim Hortons on the main reserve.
It was reported that it is about 70% leased.
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Nice. Thanks for that.
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You are Welcome! Nice to see you back!! Really enjoy your posts!!
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Thanks. I'm glad to be back. I just wish I was in the area to see these developments in person and keep track of them. Relying on the news means there's a lot of information lacking. I did notice Trifos has several concepts for 5-8 storey buildings along the waterfront that aren't covered in this thread, including a new residence or two for NSCC, judging by the location in the rendering and the proposed layout of the NSCC development.

Anytime you get a chance, please keep posting updates on the progress of these.
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Whitney Pier overpass open to traffic



It's finally open! This will make life much easier than it has been in the last 8 weeks or so for Whitney Pier residents.

CBRM's pandemic costs up, but revenues not down as much as feared

The story doesn't provide numbers, but it mentions that building permit numbers are up, permit values are up even more, and MLS sales (with a link to a related story) are brisk, which has increased municipal revenue more than expected and has somewhat offset the increased cost from the pandemic.
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