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Downtown project directory
Barra, Charlie West and DTK updated to "demolition" status.

Should SIXO be considered "inactive" by now?
(05-04-2018, 08:27 PM)tomh009 Wrote: Barra, Charlie West and DTK updated to "demolition" status.

Should SIXO be considered "inactive" by now?

Isn't the liquor store moving out in the fall to permit demolition?
They are indeed moving out. Maybe that presages demolition ...
Sixo is reported as 17+21 on the first page, but it should be 30+28+26+18+6. 18 is the rental tower and 6 is office building. I've been told that the time line of the project is very long and may include multiple developers.
Added some new projects, updated incorrect information.
Upgraded Charlie West and 345 King W to "excavation" status and 334 King W to "construction".

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