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Peterborough council delays construction of west-end Tim Hortons; hears artist's request for tax break

It’s what Peterborough city council would reconsider, putting the cart before the horse, as residents from a neighbourhood in Peterborough’s west end were up in arms over a proposal to build a Tim Hortons with a drive-thru at the corner of a new subdivision along Parkhill Road West and Chandler Crescent. 420 more words


Eye Care Center Moves into Stunning New Tower Point Building

From the Eye Care Center Website: We are SO excited to be at our new location in the TowerPoint area in College Station! We are settled in and LOVING our new space!

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College Station Business

Bullet Train Coming to the Brazos Valley: What you need to know

1st Alliance Mortgage is excited to welcome David Hagy with Texas Central Railway’s Bullet Train. Mr. Hagy will talk about the final alignment of the rail and the location here in the Brazos Valley for the only stop between Houston and Dallas. 26 more words

College Station Business

New HEB Center Construction Shows Rapid Progress

The new HEB Center on Welborn, Jones Crossing, is progressing quickly. The center will include over 200,000 sf of retail. Check out the construction update photos we shot today.

College Station Business

French Fry Heaven Coming to College Station

The mission of French Fry Heaven is to serve the best fries on earth. The restaurant chain will soon be bringing that mission to College Station, Texas. 35 more words

College Station Business

Alliance Residential Company Building 261-unit, Three-story Luxury Multifamily Community Near Stella Hotel

Alliance Residential Company, the nation’s largest multifamily developer and seventh largest multifamily manager, recently acquired more than nine acres in Bryan-College Station, Texas with plans to build a 261-unit, three-story luxury multifamily community.  448 more words

Bryan Business

Edmonton councillors call for commercial investment program top up

Edmonton councillors are calling on city budget staff to top up a couple of lucrative grant programs for commercial development.

The grants are aimed at run-down locations that are plagued by derelict and ageing buildings or long-time vacant lots but they’ve been so popular, they’re fully subscribed. 333 more words