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City lifts expropriation orders on 27 properties in Griffintown by ajkandy
February 25, 2009, 11:30 am
Filed under: griffintown

According to the Metro newspaper, the City of Montreal is lifting its expropriation orders on properties in Griffintown not already directly owned by developer Devimco, who say they will be proceeding with a new, downscaled residential project below Wellington.

As far as I’ve been given to understand, the re-zoning to mixed use is still valid, so individual property owners should be free to sell or redevelop their own lands as they see fit.

http://www.journalmetro.com/montreal/article/183365

(Thanks to SG reader Elizabeth for the news tip.)


3 Comments

thanks, recession!

Comment by alanah

“the City of Montreal is lifting its expropriation orders on properties in Griffintown not already directly owned by developer Devimco,”

Do you mean ALL properties, since Devimco owns NOTHING in the Griff…not one square inch.

Comment by TheWhatNow?

Well, the http://www.projetgriffintown.com website is gone.

Comment by D P Hanley




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