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Old Posted Aug 18, 2017, 9:42 PM
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Looks interesting as a historical building but not very remarkable.

I've said this before but I think it would be good if some historic buildings were reconstructed on the waterfront. My first pick would probably be the old Hauser Stores building that originally had the naval clock on its roof. The current naval clock installation doesn't do it justice.
I've always thought this would be a great idea.
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Still not exactly sure what this structure is for.

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Probably an illustration of the development.
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It looks like one of the wharves is slowly starting to come down.

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They're really burning the midnight oil on this one. I was waiting for the 9:45 ferry last night and they had excavators working on site.

In related news, AllNS reports that Stewart McKelvey will be making the move from Purdy's Wharf to take up all of the office space in Queen's Marque.
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From this past Friday, taken on the roof of 1801 Hollis.
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