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The Uptown
#16
Yeah i just laughed when I saw the name... makes zero sense.
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#17
Or the owners are clueless. People saying "Downtown Waterloo" drives me nuts. Uptown Waterloo is the city center district... officially!!
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#18
Unless you look at the sign on the highway, which says "Waterloo City Centre".
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#19
(02-28-2018, 11:51 AM)Watdot Wrote: Just came across this construction video today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffAvSmahArY

Pretty interesting views in that video.  Still don't quite get why all the dirt is being moved (or if it's being added or taken away)?
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#20
The project's website is down, not sure what that means.
Also noticed that beside this project is a similar project sign out front for a "professional medical building".
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#21
Work on site appears to have come to a halt, no work or equipment has been spotted for weeks now, if not months. Wonder what's going on!
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#22
(06-11-2018, 11:45 AM)JCnb Wrote: Work on site appears to have come to a halt, no work or equipment has been spotted for weeks now, if not months. Wonder what's going on!

Maybe someone finally informed them where Uptown is.
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#23
Sounds like the owners ran into money issues, hope to see the project start back up again soon under new ownership.

https://www.therecord.com/news-story/876...-waterloo/
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#24
Hopefully a new name as well.
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