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Old Posted Nov 9, 2017, 9:14 PM
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It would be nice to see them do this all the way down Queen Street, do it in phases, revamp sidewalks, street lights, the road, remove the lones, I think it would be a great idea to do it now.
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Photo of FiveFive Queen from Kevin Silliker's Twitter feed.

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Old Posted Dec 12, 2017, 12:10 AM
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From today. They are beginning to work on level six now.



The new street lighting has been installed on Queen Street. It's frustrating the old power poles are still there, but they should be gone sometime this winter.
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From Huddle: http://huddle.today/fivefive-queen-d...r-condo-gahan/

FiveFive Queen Has Already Sold Half the Condos in the Downtown Moncton Complex

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Hennessey is aiming to sell the remaining condos before the complex opens in the fall.

He says more mixed-use condos like FiveFive will pop up in the future and that Moncton will also need more hotel rooms.

“[Moncton is] moving towards where it needs to get to, from an urban point of view, for an evolution,” he said. “You look at projects like the Hyatt that was just announced. These are companies that are investing a significant amount of capital into a market. We’ve done our own research about what we have at FiveFive, and we’re very confident that the market can absorb many [more hotel and condo projects like this].”
Let's hope so!
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2018, 3:22 PM
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This may explain why one of the FiveFive investors has purchased the old Acadian Line terminal, and that there are rumours of an avant garde development in the offing.
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2018, 3:55 PM
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More Hotel rooms? But the "official" Moncton Hotel group has said Moncton's got too many hotel rooms already.

Bravo to this developer for putting out such a good product and recognizing a need that others may not be as eager to satisfy.
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More Hotel rooms? But the "official" Moncton Hotel group has said Moncton's got too many hotel rooms already.

Bravo to this developer for putting out such a good product and recognizing a need that others may not be as eager to satisfy.
I love the touch of sarcasm.

isn't "but we got too many hotel rooms" the Motto of the Moncton Hotel group. If I remember corectly it's the same thing that is said over, and over every time a new hotel is planned for any location in the Greater Moncton Area.


If by any chance the old Acadian lines lot has been purchased for a potential 55 Queen street equals project. I will welcome it with open arms.
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