"We felt an obligation to do something exceptional and long-lasting for Halifax with this property… and Lydon Lynch has done just that with this beautiful, twin-tower design." Wolfgang Thiel, president, Robin Halifax Holdings Ltd.

View: George and Hollis streets, Halifax

The elegant design transforms a city block into a 500,000 ft2 LEED® Platinum boutique hotel, condominiums, restaurant, office, retail, and public spaces with underground parking. Opening 2018.

View: Duke and Hollis streets, Halifax

88 condo units and 200,000 ft2 of Class A Smart office space will attract residents, businesses, pedestrians and tourists, adding to a vibrant downtown Halifax.

View: Duke and Granville streets, Halifax

Celebrating heritage: Bank of Commerce Building (Merrill Lynch) will be restored as a whole, and other heritage building facades will be retained and restored.

View: George and Granville streets, Halifax

Targeting LEED® Platinum certification to deliver some of the highest energy, environmental and social benefits available to tenants and the community.

View : Granville Street, Halifax

A 3,000 ft2 public atrium with street-level plazas invites pedestrians to connect with the development, and each other.

View : Hollis Street, Halifax

"We felt an obligation to do something exceptional and long-lasting for Halifax with this property… and Lydon Lynch has done just that with this beautiful, twin-tower design." Wolfgang Thiel, president, Robin Halifax Holdings Ltd.

View: George and Hollis streets, Halifax

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The elegant design transforms a city block into a 500,000 ft2 LEED® Platinum boutique hotel, condominiums, restaurant, office, retail, and public spaces with underground parking. Opening 2018.

View: Duke and Hollis streets, Halifax

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88 condo units and 200,000 ft2 of Class A Smart office space will attract residents, businesses, pedestrians and tourists, adding to a vibrant downtown Halifax.

View: Duke and Granville streets, Halifax

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Celebrating heritage: Bank of Commerce Building (Merrill Lynch) will be restored as a whole, and other heritage building facades will be retained and restored.

View: George and Granville streets, Halifax

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Targeting LEED® Platinum certification to deliver some of the highest energy, environmental and social benefits available to tenants and the community.

View: Granville Street, Halifax

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A 3,000 ft2 public atrium with street-level plazas invites pedestrians to connect with the development, and each other.

View: Hollis Street, Halifax

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