I lived in Windsor when they opened these stores. I remember everyone asking why there wasn't an entrance to Old Navy from the inside. I can tell you personally when your trying to Christmas shop and you have to go back out into the cold to get to a store, it isn't the most pleasing experience! Chapters however does have an interior mall entrance.
The rendering of the Niagara Condominium and Rainbow Tower was found at the Niagara Developments website. I also thought it was funny that they included the Rainbow Tower and none of the completed highrises. I personally think the Rainbow Tower will never be built, it's just to tall for that location, and I'm not sure how well the waterpark has done. They need to get a large sign on the side of the building that says waterpark, amazingly you actually can't tell what it is up there. They should also advertise for "everyone" to come and enjoy it, not just those staying at there hotels.
Mucciared, I think the Golden Griddle is now open at the Ramada Inn, the Peppers sign is still up as well! I brought my kids to the amusement area in the Skylon Tower. The administrative office not suprisingly knew nothing about any Hotels being developed nor had they even heard of the North and South towers. Once again I feel the need to vent about this cheap ass company and how little they have done with their properties considering how long they have owned them. If you actually walk around the tower it is in really really rough shape!
I don't think they are doing anymore to the Pyramid Place building either.The only thing they had heard about was a hotel being cancelled near there property, the only one I could think of was the Westin Hotel / Hotel at Jolley.
A public notice is up at the Denny's beside the Hilton confirming what Mucciared had posted earlier about the amendment to the existing Hilton expansion.
I just noticed on the Niagara development website, that the Motel 6 on Stanley avenue is proposed at 6 stories and 130 units.