Sunday, January 8, 2012

Photo: Breaking Down, Building Up

When I moved to New Westminster in 2010, there wasn't much to distinguish Alexander Street. It was just one of multiple small, mid-block roads where you could find a few small businesses, a Money Mart, a corner grocery store, and so on. That's all gone now, because it's the site of New Westminster's new Multi-Use Civic Facility, still unnamed and with completion not expected until late 2013. Right now the site is still being readied in preparation for construction. I'm interested in seeing what this thing looks like once it's finally done; also, what they decide to name it. Names are important, after all.

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