Development plan for former women’s prison met wit

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Kingston’s former Prison for Women will become a planned community, pending approval from the cityAnschober said..

Siderius Developments has unveiled a $143-million plan that would see the 8The end of July..1 Acre property located at 40 Sir John A. McDonald Blvd transformed into a living community called “Union Park” that includes a seniors living communityThe 42-year-old Toronto communications consultant, condominiums, a green space, a hotel and ground-floor retail space.

The announcement was made on Tuesday by Siderius Development Kingston, which is a partnership between ABNA Investments Ltd and King’s Town Development Corporation.

“Union Park Kingston will reimagine this site’s potential by creating a vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood for the benefit of all existing neighbours in Portsmouth, Kingstonians in general, and the hundreds of people that will live and work at Union Park,” said Nate Doornekamp with Siderius Developments

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