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Old Posted Nov 10, 2019, 5:03 AM
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[Halifax] 210 Willett Street | 59/43/25 M | 19/14/8 FL | Proposed

The Clayton Park Round Tower at the corner of Dunbrack and Willett is being demolished to make way for a redevelopment consisting of three residential buildings and townhouses. Timbercreek is the property owner and proponent.

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Looks really nice. Definitely an improvement for the area.
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Wow, I have been waiting on this... I had heard about this building being torn down, but had not heard about the proposal... I live across the street and this will really change the view. It will be an improvement from what is there now...
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Wow, I have been waiting on this... I had heard about this building being torn down, but had not heard about the proposal... I live across the street and this will really change the view. It will be an improvement from what is there now...
This is a huge bump in density. I like the idea of actually giving Dunbrack a streetwall.
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Can we see more of what the buildings will actually look like?
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Can we see more of what the buildings will actually look like?
There is only a single rendering so far:

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I saw that, but it is just a tease....
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I wonder, as a close neighbour, just what method is to be used to demolish the building... Will it be dynamite or like what they did with the old Citadel Inn, using a machine to knock it down from the top to the bottom.... ???
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I wonder, as a close neighbour, just what method is to be used to demolish the building... Will it be dynamite or like what they did with the old Citadel Inn, using a machine to knock it down from the top to the bottom.... ???
I think implosion is generally a no-go in Halifax. I would say you will see a couple small (10-12 ton) excavators craned to the top and it will come down floor by floor.
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Hoo-ray for density, but I will say I always liked the uniqueness of the round building. Oh well.
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Don't want dynamite as I live across the street.... hopefully, none will be used for excavation either....
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I think implosion is generally a no-go in Halifax. I would say you will see a couple small (10-12 ton) excavators craned to the top and it will come down floor by floor.
It was my understanding that implosion was only banned on the peninsula itself.
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There are a lot of buildings very close by...I hope they don't do any dynamiting!
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There are a lot of buildings very close by...I hope they don't do any dynamiting!
They address it vaguely in the document:

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Community members were concerned that the demolition/construction process would cause a lot of noise and dust, and potential have negative environmental impacts.

These concerns will be consideredwhen preparing a demolition plan and a construction mitigation plan. All provincial environmental regulations will be followed.
Regarding blasting, I would say it's a possibility if there is a lot of bedrock in your area, as the current building does not appear to have underground parking, and the new building will... so some material will have to be removed to allow for that, at least.
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