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Old Posted Jul 26, 2019, 11:42 AM
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HALIFAX—A committee has approved a 12-storey hotel for a prominent site in downtown Halifax, though there are still some details to iron out.

Halifax’s design review committee met Thursday evening to consider the proposal for the corner of Brunswick and Gottingen streets from Fougere Menchenton Architecture Inc. on behalf of Steele Hotels Ltd., owned by Newfoundland Capital Corp. founder John Steele.

Steele’s company operates six hotels in Newfoundland. This hotel will be branded like the JAG in St. John’s — “a masterpiece within the heart and soul of North America’s oldest city,” according to its website.

“This is a very high-end brand,” Ron Fougere, president of Fougere Menchenton, told the committee.
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