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The Halifax waterfront features an uninterrupted boardwalk—except for this patch of gravel near Bishop’s Landing. What gives? 

The Halifax waterfront features an uninterrupted boardwalk—except for this patch of gravel near Bishop’s Landing. What gives?


Remarks: Nunn isn’t exactly responsible, but he does have answers. According to the province, the spot wasn’t developed in 2000 because there were no proposals for the area then. Now, Centennial Group is working on a development agreement that would bridge the gravel gap. An application, “which includes a hotel, residential units, an urban park,” should reach council this fall. “The objective is to always have the same type of boardwalk as what’s in front of the Bishop’s Landing wraparound,” says Nunn.


Who's Responsible?: David Nunn. Financial Officer with Centennial Group Ltd. 496-0906.

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