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A coalition of community groups in Point St-Charles has been given a building to work with – an old train shop with no heat, electricity or running water.
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For anyone curious (since they seem to not publish the location of the building), the building in question is corner Sainte-Madeleine and Rue LeBer http://goo.gl/maps/1U9cQ . I’ve heard too many people assume it was the depot corner Wellington & Bridge (which is a building far more visible a also sore on the eyes)
I had wondered what was up with the big building that had such a bad fire a few years back. But the one you’re pointing to can’t be that one.
Are you thinking about the paper recycling plant at 3820 St-Patrick Street http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/story/2011/06/08/fire-at-recycling-plant-in-montreal.html. That building (along with others around it) are being demolished to connect La Verendrye with St-Patrick in an attempt to get more circulation into that part of Cote-St-Paul. Details are in the Turcot interchange construction project.
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