“It all depends on what the community wants there and what we can actually achieve. There’s a lot of potential to this site.”
“It’s a very important site for the post-COVID economic growth of the (city) centre,” says Brigil’s vice-president of development, Jessy Desjardins.
Plan calls for more than 1,000 residential units as well as office and retail space – but the ward councillor cautions the proposal might not fly with nearby residents.
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