Big plans for Fenwick | News | Halifax, Nova Scotia | THE COAST

The owners of Fenwick Tower, the tallest building in Halifax, want to put a 36-foot wide addition up the entire length of the 33-storey structure. Together with other renovations, the addition would increase the number of apartments in the building from 274 to 402, and would about double the commercial space in the tower.

Additionally, Templeton Properties also wants to build two new residential buildings on the property---a nine-storey structure with 90 residential units and 5,000 square feet of commercial, and an eight-storey structure with 38 residential units---as well as six townhouses, a four-storey parking garage and 55,200 square feet of new commercial space.

City staff supports the proposal, and city council Tuesday initiated the bureaucratic process needed for the development to come to fruition. See more information at

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