But, be warned that after it was first turned down, one of the two lots that the building was planned for (ie 56 Temperance St and kept only 66 Temperance St) has been since sold (and not to Stinson) and developed on, so the proposal now is only on half the land of the original, so it may be turned down for that. Is Stinson serious about this project, or is it just a show to save face?
"Minds are like parachutes. They both work best when open"-Thomas R.Dewar
Last edited by Taller Better; Dec 14, 2006 at 5:48 PM.