UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE!- Westmount Shopping Centre

February 17, 2009 at 11:23 pm Leave a comment

UPDATE FROM MY LAST WESTMOUNT RE-DEVELOPMENT POST

Here are a few progress pictures I took while passing by Westmount on Family Day…

The bus terminal is now closer to completion, there has been few bus shelters added. Unfortunately this terminal reminds me of the Argyle Mall terminal… a vast open space of concrete and ashphalt… it just seems like the LTC uses what ever it has in stock to create these new terminals seeing as the same shelters are at its terminals as on the road, it is a shame because a terminal has so much more potential especially at Westmount mall with it being so close to the building(compared to Argyle and Masonville) there is potential to integrate the shelters with the mall it self. At the very least I wish the LTC would make its terminals a bit more exciting with different style bus shelters and layout, kind of like what they did at Fanshawe College (I will post a couple pictures in the coming days check back)

The movie theater is also moving along, even on Family Day construction workers were hard at work, since my last post about Westmount they have added the windows in what I presume to be the main entrance, they have covered the lower 6 feet all around the building with a stone material (similar to that of Silver City) and it seems like they are building some sort of over hang to protect people from the elements between the entrance to the mall(on the north side by Zellers)and the theater.

*JrUD

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