Sushi Jet Asian Cuisine is set to open a 5,200 square foot dining experience on South Park Street this fall. The new restaurant concept will be located in Curve. Sushi Jet will bring an elevated culinary experience of authentic Thai, Chinese, and Japanese flavours to the new restaurant. From traditional maki sushi to high end … Read More »
The Investment Property Owners Association of Nova Scotia ( IPOANS ) selected CURVE as the provincial Development of the Year for 2020 ! The award makes CURVE a two-time winner in 2020. During a Live Stream awards presentation on Wednesday, October 14th, CURVE was chosen the winner in the Development of the Year category. … Read More »
CURVE at SOUTH PARK received the National Rental Development of the Year 2020 award from the Canadian Federation of Apartment Association. In a national Zoom awards presentation on June 25th, CURVE was judged in the high-rise category on its overall creativity and suite design, curb appeal, amenities, environmental quality, efficient use of space and … Read More »
A Public Open House will be held for the proposed mixed-use, two-building, multi-unit residential development housing the new YMCA Centre of Community at 1565, 1599 & 1601 South Park Street, Halifax (former CBC and YMCA sites).
Condo units in the “Pavilion at South Park” development across from the Halifax Public Garden have proven to be exceptionally popular, with 80 percent of the units being reserved on opening weekend.
Halifax | Monday, July 28th, 2014 Southwest and Streamliner Properties have selected the name for the condominium component of their mixed-use development on South Park Street in Halifax. The condos will be called Pavilion at South Park, paying homage to an element of history from the Halifax Public Gardens.
HALIFAX, June 17, 2014 – The YMCA of Greater Halifax/Dartmouth announced today that it has secured Southwest Properties and Streamliner Properties Inc. as its development partner to build a new 70,000-square-foot YMCA Centre of Community on the corner of South Park and Sackville Streets in downtown Halifax.