Say goodbye to Lincoln Fabrics and hello to The Harbour Club in Port Dalhousie
Big changes are coming to Port Dalhousie's Lincoln Fabrics Building.
A proposed development has now received approval from St. Catharines Council.
Last night, council voted in favour of the new 13 storey development featuring 130 apartment suites and commercial space.
The developer, Sheldon Rosen tells CKTB's Tom McConnell that he bought the building more than 20 years ago and they are now ready to move on the plans.
He says the new name of the building will be the Harbour Club.
He says the building is unique given it is 100 years old and has water on all four sides of it.
Rosen says the building will be restored to its bare bones and make it a lovely, loft like place to live.
He says life in Port Dalhousie is wonderful and this building will breathe new life into Port.
Rosen says they now proceed forward and they will hopefully have shovels in the ground in spring of 2019.
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