Condo development seen as downtown development boost
Posted on July 12, 2016
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More than half of the condos going into a downtown Moncton development have now been sold. This September, ground will be broken behind city hall to make way for Five Five Queen, an eight-storey building containing condominiums, a boutique hotel and a Gahan House restaurant. Moncton-based developers Spataro Holdings and ELCE Developments, who made the...
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