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Old Posted Mar 23, 2020, 7:28 PM
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I'm guessing this might replace the tiny Red Hill branch at Queenston and Nash.
Nope, this will be a separate mini-branch for East Hamilton. They're not actually that close to each other.
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^They're meant to resemble containers, I'm guessing?

I'm just happy it's not beige...
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Residents of the expanding Indwell community development in Hamilton’s east end will have a new 1,500 square foot neighbourhood library by the end of the year.

Indwell, a local housing charity, is partnering with the Hamilton Public Library, to build the new outlet in the four-storey McQuesten Lofts, the second building at the corner of Parkdale and Melvin avenues that will also include 50 one-bedroom apartments.

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Old Posted Apr 13, 2020, 12:00 AM
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"Sponsored by American Metals Inc" is the most east end Hamilton thing they could have possibly put on there.
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Old Posted Nov 3, 2020, 8:46 PM
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I drove by this earlier today. It looks fantastic in person. The cladding on the second building looked complete, at least the street side.

Sorry I didn't have time to stop and take a photo or two.
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Nice scale. Lots of colour. Two thumbs up.
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Pictures of the nearly-complete McQuesten Lofts building (Parkdale Landing phase 2) from Invizij Architects today







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Old Posted Dec 14, 2020, 8:00 PM
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Exterior landscaping seems nearly complete in this shot from a Jason Thorne tweet

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This development turned out much better than I expected. Always nice to see public spaces like this included too -- the city needs more of these
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I live in the neighborhood so I walk by fairly often and I agree, the whole thing has turned out way better than I thought it would and have really made that intersection look a lot more urbanized. A lot of properties on Parkdale have also renovated and updated their look in the past year as well and I'm sure thats no coincidence.
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Parkdale Landing | ? | 4 fl | Under Construction >> Parkdale Landing + McQuesten Lofts | 4 fl | Completed 2020
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Great angle! Shows the accuracy of the render well.



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Old Posted Apr 13, 2021, 8:53 PM
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Wait... that's going to be a library? I don't think I knew that.

Ya know, I don't love it... but I also don't hate it. It's actually not bad.
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