Waterfront germination and kiln buildings are coming down


The city's demolition of the germination and kiln buildings at Canada Malting site will begin this Wednesday.

The waterfront's Canada Malting complex is located at the southeast corner of Bathurst Street and Queen's Quay. The silos will come down as part of the waterfront's redevelopment, which will see restoration of the Canada Malting land's east dock wall later this year.

Back in 2007, the area was eyed as a possibility for a heritage museum, and later rumoured to become a 600-space parking lot for the Island Airport.


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