Buying the 98 James Street South property out of bankruptcy was costly on a per-hectare basis; the only reason the heightened cost is a good business case is the new owners inherited the planning approvals and development planning work which the previous owner completed.
The Heritage Permit Review Sub-Committee meets on Tuesday to consider a heritage renovation permit on St. Clair Avenue and review City plans for restoration of twelve lanterns on the McQueenston High Level Bridge on York Blvd. The meeting is Tuesday, December 15, 2015 in Room 264 at Hamilton City Hall and open to the public. Note The Public Record will not be able to cover the meeting, we are returning to full City Hall coverage in January when the Ontario Ombudsman gains oversight of City Council. Full Agenda: 2015-12-15 Heritage Permit Review Subcommittee Agenda FINAL