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Charlie West (Charles & Gaukel Redevelopment) | 31 fl | Proposed
Kava Bean is still going. Propane tank was gone as of about noon. Something's happening, at least, even if slowly. I imagine some soil remediation is going to be needed for this property given the auto shop and gas bar?
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I think I recall seeing something a while back that Kava Bean would close in February.
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Is the gas station/repair shop closed too?
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(01-24-2018, 09:02 AM)Spokes Wrote: Is the gas station/repair shop closed too?

As I understand it they have their new location already, and the move is in progress. In any case there's still activity there.
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Soil remediation may also mean looking at whatever plume had drifted over from the bus terminal site.
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Interesting that both Charlie West and 100 Victoria websites are unavailable
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(02-05-2018, 12:09 PM)Rainrider22 Wrote: Interesting that both Charlie West and 100 Victoria websites are unavailable

I found the information here :  http://momentumdev.wpengine.com/projects...dominiums/
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(02-05-2018, 12:09 PM)Rainrider22 Wrote: Interesting that both Charlie West and 100 Victoria websites are unavailable

Both sites are operational for me. That said, the link for 100 Victoria is improperly written. Should be http://onehundred.ca -- the embedded link reads as http://http://onehundred.ca and that sends you to http//onehundred.ca -- No ":". Someone should fix it, not me though, I'm not admin..

Charlie West is http://charliewest.ca (or simply charliewest.ca )
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Where is that broken link? I can fix it but I don't know where to look.
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Over in the One Hundred thread. Got it.
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