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The old adage that location is key still hold true. With the recent announcement of the new museum on the Saint John waterfront, 75 Prince William Street has it in spades.
According to the CBC story “The “landmark” four-storey, 120,000 square foot building [museum] is intended to present a glass and terra cotta front on two sides facing the harbour and Market Square, and a more traditional look toward the uptown.”
The story goes on to say “The museum is intended to be the first piece for the long anticipated Fundy Quay development, which could someday include residential and commercial projects on the waterfront next to Market Square.”
Check out the aerial view of the immediate area below and find out more about the opportunity at 75 PRINCE WILLIAM STREET
60 Rothesay Avenue, Saint John, NB
A high profile parcel of land totaling 4.65 acres has been SOLD. The land wraps around the existing Canadian Tire Gas Bar and has road frontage on both Rothesay Avenue and McAllister Drive. Watch for a new retail project happening soon!
Stephanie Turner of Partners Global was the Listing Agent
1655 Manawagonish Road, Saint John, NB
The seller has just instructed me to slash the price of this building by $200,000.
WAS $899,000…. NOW $699,000!
I often gets calls from people asking how much the church is on Manawagonish Road. I can understand why people may be confused as the sign out front says “Convention of Baptist Churches” but this is actually a 15,000 square foot brick office building that was built in 1981, sits on 2 acres of land and enjoys beautiful views of the Fundy coast. For more information on this amazing opportunity including more photos CLICK HERE
P.S. Desks were custom ordered for the offices and are available as part of the sale (subject to negotiations)
384 Lancaster Avenue, Saint John, NB
T4G has announced that they are moving their Saint John operation to an uptown location. As such, they have put their building, located at 384 Lancaster Avenue, on the market. The decision to move uptown is motivated by their desire to be a bigger part of the knowledge and tech industry in Saint John. This is just one more nod to the increasing vibrancy that uptown Saint John has been experiencing recently and helps foster the Brick Park “knowledge park” movement which is aimed to grow the cluster of knowledge industry companies working in close proximity uptown.
T4G is still considering options for their new location.
For more information on 384 Lancaster Avenue opportunity click HERE
Note: Some photos of the interior of 384 Lancaster Ave can be seen below.
125 Prince William Street “Le Faubourg”, Saint John, NB
$899,000 NEW PRICE $749,000
Ideal candidate for redevelopment! Uptown heritage with many infrastucture upgrades including sprinkers throughout, roof (Nov 2011), some repointing of brick, amost all new windows. New 400 amp 120 volt electrical entrance installed with updated wiring in 2007. Building has been converted to natural gas. Commonly, heritage buildings such as this one in the uptown core are utilized for commercial and business related enterprises. The main floor would typically be devoted to retail with the upper floors being utilized for offices and/or residential. View of Harbour on Water Street side of building.
Gross building area 17,467 square feet.
This block of Prince William Street, between Princess and Duke, has undergone (2014-2015) a complete restoration including street resurfacing, granite curbing, landscaping and decorative lighting. Close to shopping, hotels and cruise ship terminals.
For more information and interior photos click HERE
Stephanie Turner of Partners Global, the agent handling 91 King told Huddle she discovered the Twitter account last week and has no idea who’s behind it. Though the account is comedic in nature, she said it could get people talking about building.
“I suppose it can’t hurt. The tweets are pretty light hearted and don’t have a strong business spin to them,” Turner says. “Last time I looked the account had about 50 followers but I didn’t notice if followers included Mountain Equipment Co-Op, Forever 21 or Sephora.”
“It’s a huge project…either rebuild or tear down and build new,” she said. “Either way, it takes an experienced developer with deep pockets and a willingness to take risk.”
Read some of the tweets and the rest of the HUDDLE STORY
Cox Electronics, with locations in Saint John, Fredericton and St. Stephen, have announced that the stores will be closing at the end of 2016. After more than 40 years in the consumer electronics business, the owner, Philip Brewer has decided to retire. “Although it is time for me to enter a new phase of my life, there’s tremendous value in our bricks & mortar which means a fabulous opportunity for other retailers who are looking to enter and/or expand in to the Saint John market”, says Brewer. Although the Saint John building has been used for retail in the past (more…)