Monday, 6 July 2009

Marginally Good Heritage Building News

Another summer means another busy season for demolition companies to get rid of some heritage buildings.

There's the Grain Exchange Annex, which escaped a final decision on a technicality last week. Also, the former Grey's Auction Mart building that's down but, at least in that case, an attempt will be made to save the facade for the new structure.

I saw a little good news over the weekend. The former Vaughan Street Jail is getting a new roof.

There's no other work on the tender list but at least it's a baby step because, you know, that areas is just crying out for more parking....

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