July 22, 2024


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Sault’s ‘Stonehenge’ demolished to make way for all-new apartment complex behind Algonquin Hotel

The 103-unit undertaking at the easternmost edge of downtown is predicted to be comprehensive by drop 2023

The latest demolition of a former foundation on vacant land guiding the Algonquin Resort will soon allow for for the setting up of a new condominium sophisticated to start.

Very last 12 months, developer Steve Perzia presented his approach for a lot more than 100 flats to be built in an all-new creating on that area at 100 Pim St., with an approximated price tag of $20 million.

Attained by cellphone, Perzia stated the recent demolition of the early 20th century-period basis from the previous Tara Hall apartments was done as closing plans are currently being drafted for the task.

Tara Hall was the oldest condominium developing in Sault Ste. Marie when fire struck on Nov. 2, 1987. It was boarded up and remaining vacant, at some point leaving driving only the basis which some referred to as the Sault’s Stonehenge.

Perzia said he has put in numerous several hours with engineers, architects and landscapers to hash out the information for the task.

“We hope to have the plans done in the up coming couple of weeks to utilize for a building allow and we hope to commence sometime this spring or in early summertime ,” stated Perzia.

If all goes according to prepare, the undertaking at the easternmost edge of downtown is expected to be full by slide 2023.

According to preliminary ideas shown to town council very last 12 months, the 103 units will be a blend of a single bed room and two bed room flats with amenities such as a sauna, occasion space, training home, conference home and tv room.

By his own estimate, Perzia has developed in excess of a thousand condominium units in Sault Ste. Marie in the previous 30 or 40 a long time. He thinks there is an appetite in the city for much more.

“I feel the metropolis could use these models in the downtown location. It’s a beautiful area. I never believe there is any better location than that,” said Perzia.