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165 King West | 3 fl | U/C
#31
Posted this article in the startup district thread, but also posting here since one of the companies is going to be leasing space here.

https://www.therecord.com/news-story/899...kitchener/
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#32
We're overdue for a pic of the progress on this one ....
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#33
There's not a lot of visible progress. I think they're largely working on the interior and the doors have been closed the times I've walked past. The front is still almost completely blocked by scaffolding. There's nothing really to show from the side/back (Gaukel road).
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#34
This is what it currently looks like from King St. Third floor now has a roof and walls (can't see those from the photo though) but still working on the white brick façade. Interior renovation of first and second floors has been very slow, based on occasional glimpses through open doors, but it seems to be getting closer.

   
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