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Old Posted Jan 19, 2017, 11:18 PM
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There was a backhoe on site yesterday. Not sure if this is starting or if they were just doing some soil testing.
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Construction permit has been issued for 70-units. There is an active Halifax Planning Case (#20894) which is seeking an increase to 90 units. The sidewalks have been relocated on-street and the old North End Pub foundation was removed this afternoon. Photo is from yesterday.


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Construction permit has been issued for 70-units. There is an active Halifax Planning Case (#20894) which is seeking an increase to 90 units. The sidewalks have been relocated on-street and the old North End Pub foundation was removed this afternoon. Photo is from yesterday.


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Oddly enough about half of this site has been infilled since this photo. It looks like nice clean fill going back in place. Maybe it's just remediation at this point?
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Looking foundation ready along Almon Street;


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On a side note across Gottingen Street the fed's are demolishing the first section of military housing (brick building). This is to allow for the realignment of CFB Stadacona's main entrance to match up with the Gottingen & Almon intersection. This project should help alleviate some safety and congestion issues in the area. Bicycle lanes are also proposed on Almon sometime in the next year or two.
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Crane base is being installed today.


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Weekly photos will be available via the blog;


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The crane from Rockingham South went up here today.
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This is going to make more of an impact then I thought from a distance.

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Foundation is slowly being poured


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I like the scale of this one. Nice and tall ground floor heights and a setback above the third floor.

Just down the street, there is a pub proposed for 2720 Gottingen (requires approval to change the use from, I think, a B&B before): http://www.narrowspublichouse.ca/

I found some great interior shots of the renos earlier but I'm having trouble finding them now. In any case, it seems like this end of Gottingen is going to come to live a bit more in the future. Thoughtful preservation of the heritage homes around here plus redevelopment of the empty lots will create a great neighbourhood.
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Must be bad being on the south side of that adjacent apartment building.
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