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Anyone know what the little stainless steel projections on the wood is for?
Anti-grind. That is, to prevent skateboarders from "grinding a rail" along the edge.
Ah, thanks for that.
There was another guy there wondering what the heck they were as well, we were about the same vintage so wouldn't have known much about "grinding a rail"
It looks like some have tried on the other portions.
James Bay's Capital Park project an environmental leader with LEED Platinum and Gold buildings
As climate action and environmental sustainability is elevated to a top-of-mind issue among Victorians and local civic leaders, development partners Concert Properties and Jawl Properties have recently completed two office buildings within James Bay’s mixed-use Capital Park community which will soon join the ranks of Canada’s most environmentally-progressive buildings.
Progress on the 3 separate structures on the Michigan St residential portion, with the:
- 4-storey L-shaped building (condos) immediately east of the Red Barn (they're up to the 4th floor on most of it)
- 5-storey building (condos) at the southern end of the plaza, and
- 3-storey townhouses next to the heritage houses that were relocated.
They've also been placing a lot of soil and doing landscaping prep on the sloped rooftop of the central café building.
November 14th will be the final time purchasers can view the project's show suite and market-leading interactive displays.
Mixed-use residential and commercial development seeks highest environmental accreditation in Canada.
First-in-BC technology delivers new experience for homebuyers at James Bay's Capital Park Residences
Concert Virtual™ technology at the Capital Park Residences presentation centre has replaced a traditional pre-sale showroom focal point with a interactive alternative.