Former Royal Hotel Slated for luxury condo redevelopment
Lanca Contracting LTD. to build ‘The Royal,’ a signature project in downtown Paris
Paris, ON, August 29, 2017–A prime site in the picturesque downtown core of Paris will soon become the site of a luxury four-storey condominium redevelopment project featuring commercial space.

‘The Royal,’ located at 11 Mechanic St., is set for initial construction stages to begin later this year and will be overseen by Lanca Contracting Ltd. at the former New Royal Hotel site along the Nith River. The former hotel dates back to the mid-19th century, but has long been vacant and has been in a state of deterioration and disrepair since the late 70’s.
The new condominiums planned for the site, which is owned by a local developer Bill Kennedy, will feature private terraces, private elevator access, a roof-top garden & patio, and an extravagant level of finishes. Units will start at $949,000.

“My goal is to make our community a highly desired living space. A space that makes convenience to amenities in a picturesque living core a certainty,” said Kennedy during an interview about his initial plans for the site with the Brantford Expositor in 2014. “I’m driven simply by its presence in the community.”

A sales centre will be opening at 3 Elm St. in Paris on October 20th for those interested in purchasing commercial or residential space in the planned development. A VIP Event is being organized for late October and will take place at Salt & Pepper in Brantford, presented by Broker/Owner Jason Tangorra from Royal Lepage Brant Realty.

Some current partners in the development of ‘The Royal’ are Salt & Pepper, Marks Wholesale, Gerrie Electric, Avenue Lighting, Imagine Marble, Simpson’s Flooring, Octopus Red Marketing & Design, Lanca Construction Ltd. and Royal Lepage Brant Realty.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Jason Tangorra at 519-209-1543 or email at Jason.Tangorra@gmail.com.

 

 

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