We shared in our last update that our plans for Union Park Kingston (the former Prison for Women property) were approved by Kingston city council on Nov. 1, 2022.   That approval was[…]
Our friends from SkEye Stream shared this video highlighting many of the great aspects to life in Kingston. We’ll let the video speak for itself! If you look closely,[…]
Front view of Union Park rendering
We are pleased to announce the former Prison for Women property, which has sat unchanged for 22 years, will be re-developed into an exciting mixed-use community called Union Park[…]
The Union Park Kingston project will be discussed and voted upon at the Oct. 6 City of Kingston Planning Committee meeting.  For more information on the meeting, visit the[…]
A few enquiries have come in recently asking about our progress on the Union Park Kingston proposal. It reimagines the site of the former Prison for Women as a[…]
In his recent State of the City remarks, Mayor Bryan Paterson singled out Union Park Kingston as the type of development he feels the city needs, and a priority[…]
Due to the many break-ins into the building and theft of copper wiring and plumbing, the City of Kingston has given permission for us to commence the limited removal[…]
If you were one of the many who attended the Oct. 7 Planning Committee meeting, you might have heard some questions about heritage. The seasoned heritage professionals among us[…]
If you want to visit Kingston for a short stay of a few days or a weekend, there are lots of great options: from traditional hotels, to historic boutique[…]
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Our project appeared before the City of Kingston Planning Committee on Thurs., Oct. 7. You can see the Notice of Public Meeting for more details. In advance of the[…]

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