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An anchor tenant will occupy the majority of the building's 11,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.
I personally think the developer should be required to do it.
So if Hydro shows up in front of your place tomorrow and tells you there putting the lines underground but you own them $10-20K I guess you'll happily write the check with no complaints then!
When we say “developer,” we actually mean the home purchaser, business operator or renter.
If the cost is $400,000 for the Bowker’s frontage, that equals $9,300 per residence.
We make developers build new sidewalks, we should be doing the same with wires. They are unsightly. I also thin the City should have taken advantage of the bike lane construction to do the same along Fort Street.
......where they will make your Black Teeth White!
Ten on the 10th 1 Year Anniversary: Real-estate development Q&A with Mike Miller of Abstract Developments
Developer Mike Miller chats about real-estate development in the Capital City.
Approximately 1,500-units of condominiums and purpose-built rental apartments will receive occupancy status over the next two years.
The six-storey, 75-unit condo development with ground floor retail space will be completed by late-2018.