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Old September 14th, 2007, 06:33 PM   #1
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Saint John Developments

SUMMARY
as of August 21, 2008
UNDER CONSTRUCTION

South End Community Police Station | South | 2 Floors
Cyr Holdings Hotel (Unnamed) | Central/North | 9 Floors
UNB University Commons | North | 3 Floors
Bayside Middle School Expansion | East | 2 Floors
Luxury Offices | East | 4 Floors
Centennial Pontiac Renovation | East | 2 Floors
Cruise Ship Welcome Centre | Uptown | 2 Floors
Woodhollow Park | East | 2x4 Floors
Centrebeam | Uptown | 4-5 Floors
Eastpoint Shopping | East | 1 Floor Multiple
Saint John Transit HQ | East | 1 Floor
TD Centre Expansion | East | 2 Floors
Somerset Square | North | 2 Floors
SJRH ER Expansion | North | ?
SJ Non-Profit Housing | North | ?
Millidge Avenue Condos | North | 2x3 Floors
Lancaster Mall Upgrade | West | 1 Floor
Shopper's Drug Mart | West | 1 Floor
Royal Bank | Quispamsis | 1 Floor
Lane Furniture | Quispamsis | ?
Saint John Skatepark | Uptown | Recreational
Irving-Repsol LNG Terminal | East | Industrial
Emera NG Pipeline | City | Industrial
Harbour Passage Extension | West&South | Infrastructure
Three Sister's Park | South | Infrastructure
St. Andrews Park | Uptown | Infrastructure
Red Head Road Upgrade | East | Infrastructure

APPROVED

Justice Complex | Uptown | 5 Floors
Canada Games Stadium Renovation | North | Recreational
Harbourfront at Three Sisters Condo | South | 7&9 Floors
Fort Dufferin Condos | West | 3x12 Floors
Coast Guard Site Redevelopment | Uptown | 3x~12 Floors
Q-Plex | Quispamsis | 2 Floors
Plaza BG | West | 1 Floor
Princess Elizabeth School | North | 3-4 Floors
SJ Sewage Treatment Facilities | City | Infrastructure
One Mile Interchange | East | Infrastructure
Sims Corner Redesign | West | Infrastructure

PROPOSED

Market Square Expansion | Uptown | 5 Floors
KV French School | KV | ?
Irving Oil World HQ | Uptown | 5 Floors
Saint John Police HQ | Uptown | 3 Floors
North of Union Parking Garage | Uptown | 6-7 Floors
Mountain View Condos | East | 5 Floors
Charlotte @ Duke Apartments | South | 5 Floors
SJ Lexus | East | 1-2
Costco | East | 1 Floor
Seniors Complex | Quispamsis | ?
Irving Oil 2nd Refinery | East | Industrial
PLGS 2nd Reactor | Point Lepreau | Industrial
SJ Airport Terminal Expansion | East | Infrastructure
Pugsley Park | Uptown | Infrastructure
SJ Water Treatment Facilities | City | Infrastructure
Marsh Creek Restoration Initiative | East | Infrastructure

COMPLETED

Leinster Court | Uptown | 4 Floors
Saint John Theatre Company | Uptown | 3 Floors
Robertson's Wharf Condos | Uptown | 4 Floors
Hampton Inn | East | 4 Floors
Best Western | East | 4 Floors
Strescon HQ | East | 1 Floor
Saint John Energy HQ | West | 3 Floors
CRA Office | East | 2 Floors
Montanas Restaurant | East | 1 Floor
Dobson Chrysler | East | 2 Floors
AECL Retubing Plant |East | 1-2 Floors
Rockwood Park Building | North | ~3 Floors
Irving Walboard Plant | East | Industrial
Redhead Secondary Access Road | East | Infrastructure

I'm probably forgetting some things...please let me know of you have any developments to add or corrections to make to this list.

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Old September 14th, 2007, 10:55 PM   #2
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Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station Refurbishment



On July 29, 2005, the Government of New Brunswick announced that NB Power will proceed with the refurbishment of the Point Lepreau Generating Station with the Atomic Energy of Canada Limited as the general contractor. Together this team is committed to delivering this project on time and on budget and is confident in making this refurbishment the key to Powering the Future of New Brunswick.

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LEPREAU 3 IN PLAY
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Published Saturday June 30th, 2007
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The New Brunswick government will likely pursue a third nuclear reactor, if a soon-to-be launched feasibility study into a second nuclear unit at the Point Lepreau generating station proves fruitful, the energy minister revealed Friday.
In an exclusive interview with the Telegraph-Journal on the province's growing nuclear ambitions, Jack Keir also hinted at which company the government will trust to help develop its desire for a full-blown nuclear industry in the province.

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. appears to have emerged the favorite in the race with Areva NP, a state-owned French firm.

And in fact, AECL, Canada's nuclear crown corporation, could end up producing two new units for the province.

"There's opportunity for two reactors there (at Lepreau)," Keir said. "If the business case works for"¦ the second reactor, our decision then will be: how much of this do we want?

"If the market is there, we'll build."

The company is now seeking a first home for its upcoming 1,200-megawatt Advanced Candu Reactor (ACR). The first, and a second, could land in New Brunswick if the upcoming feasibility study deems there is enough future demand for power in the energy-hungry New England market.

Overall costs and ensuring the physical ability to pump all that new power to the southern market are also huge question marks, said Keir.

The study, which is expected to launch shortly, will last about six months.
While attending a recent gathering of eastern Canadian premiers and New England governors, Keir was asked by U.S. officials if the province is building a second reactor at Lepreau - to join the current 680-megawatt AECL Candu-6 model.

"I said, 'Are we? We'll build you two. If you've got the demand down there, and the business case works, we'll build two," Keir said.

"I'm very serious when I say that. If the opportunity is there, why wouldn't we want to do that?... It's a bit of a dream for me - the third reactor - but if it proves the case works, why wouldn't we think that big?"

Keir stressed the idea must make financial sense, claiming it is imperative the project help pay down the massive debt at NB Power, the province's public utility.

"Nothing goes forward unless it's good for the people of New Brunswick," he said.

The Shawn Graham government boasts often of its plan to supply power to the New England states through an energy hub centred in Saint John.
By Keir's rough estimate there will be a growing need for power in the northeast U.S. - likely measured in thousands of megawatts, he said.
That prediction appears spot on. According to officials at ISO New England, which oversees the local power system and market, the region will need 4,000MW in additional power over the next 10 years alone.

The government's desire to fill that void led to recent discussions between the province and both AECL and Areva, which has 58 reactors in France.
Graham recently travelled there to meet with company officials. But it appears AECL has impressed all involved with its plan.

"We've had wonderful discussions with AECL and their team," said Keir of the group known as Team Candu, which includes as partners SNC-Lavalin, Babcock & Wilcox Canada, GE Canada and Hitachi Canada.

"They really make the AECL proposal pretty enticing, frankly"¦
"I think the fact that they've got some players like that around the table certainly bodes well for them in terms of their proposal.

"We're not quite there yet (on a final decision). But I think it's fair to say that AECL has come to the table with a pretty interesting proposal."
And of Areva's seemingly fading chances?

"The other discussions we've had have been more broad-based.
"Solid discussions, but"¦ not specifically a proposal."

Keir's comments Friday hint the province may choose its technological partner even before starting the six-month feasibility study.

Officials with AECL have not yet been informed of a government decision, but feel good about their pitch.

"We're very optimistic that at the end of the process"¦ they'll come to the same conclusion that we have - that the ACR is the best option for New Brunswick," said spokesman Dale Coffin, noting the first unit could be in place and producing power by late 2016.

"(It will create) long-term opportunities for the province in developing a centre of excellence in the Candu nuclear field."

Not surprisingly, that's just what Keir is looking to achieve.
"As we've always said, it's more than just a second reactor. If we wanted just a second reactor we'd put out a (call for proposals) and let all the different technologies bid on that second reactor," he said.

"We're looking for much, much more than a second reactor"¦ We want to be able to build a nuclear industry around a second reactor."

By landing the first ACR, the province could become the epicentre for training, technological development and refurbishment efforts.

The Candu unit at Lepreau, built in the late 1970s, is currently in the early phases of a refurbishment effort expected to add 30 years to its life.
AECL officials foresee 18 similar projects around the world, with the potential for New Brunswick workers and technology to play a significant role.

"That's what I want people to have a vision of: not just a second reactor, and the 500 jobs that go with that, but"¦ a whole industry where we start to export our expertise around the world," said Keir.

But he's not the only one with such a notion.
Private interests in Alberta have inquired about two ACR units to fuel oil sands development, and public and private firms in Ontario are seeking up to four reactors.

However, New Brunswick does have history on its side: it was the first to land a Candu-6 model and the first utility to sell electricity from a nuclear station to the U.S.

For Keir, the ideal goal would be to produce energy for export, like Alberta, but without the blessing of a huge oil deposit.

Research and development, a glut of jobs and the unofficial title of 'ACR service centre' would all follow, he contends.
"I think that scenario is absolutely wonderful. That's what we're going to try to make happen," he said.

"We want to make an industry out of this and I think the opportunity is there to do that....How cool would it be?"

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Retubing Plant

Saint John Centre to support Global CANDU 6 fleet

Saint John, NB, 2007 September 06 — Following the announcement by Team CANDU® that it will be conducting a feasibility study for an Advanced CANDU Reactor® (ACR-1000) in New Brunswick, AECL is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. David Scott as Regional Vice-President, CANDU 6® Retube/Refurbishments, effective immediately.

Based in Saint John, Mr. Scott will be responsible for developing AECL’s Centre of Excellence for Retubing. The Centre will be the focal point for managing, training and delivering CANDU 6 retube/refurbishment projects as part of AECL’s growing CANDU partnership with the Province of New Brunswick.

“By immediately opening the Retubing Centre of Excellence in Saint John, we will capitalize on the expertise already developed in New Brunswick for the Point Lepreau retube project, and support current and future CANDU 6 projects worldwide,” stated AECL’s Chief Operating Officer Ken Petrunik. “Our partnership with New Brunswick Power and our successful refurbishment work at the Point Lepreau station supports making our Saint John office the centre of refurbishment for the CANDU 6 fleet.”

Mr. Scott joined AECL in 1974 and over the years has gained extensive experience with CANDU design and operations. Most recently, he was General Manager of Reactor Core Projects, managing CANDU 6 refurbishing projects.
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Proposed Second Refinery



Irving Oil’s proposed Project Eider Rock would see development of a new petroleum refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick that could process up to 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day.

This is a significant oppor-
tunity to create long-term economic benefits for the region and, specifically for the province of New Brunswick.

It would capitalize on North America’s need for clean fuels and build on Irving Oil’s history of serving customers in Atlantic Canada and the northeastern United States.
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Saint John is the fastest growing metropolitan area in the east

By John Clinkard, Consulting Economist, CanaData

With an unemployment rate of 4.5% (a record low) and employment growth of 8.0% (a nine-year high), Saint John’s economy is clearly operating at almost full speed. Four key sectors are currently driving the Saint John economy.

The health services sector added an estimated 3,000 new jobs over the past twelve months. Secondly, employment in the wholesale and retail trade services sector increased significantly (+2,800). This was partly due to the opening of the East Point Mall.

In addition, refurbishing the Point LePreau Nuclear Plant and developing the Canaport LNG facility has contributed a significant increase in the manufacturing sector’s employment (+1,400) over the past twelve months. Finally, the utilities sector has, according to Statistics Canada, more than doubled in size over the past year, adding approximately 1,000 new jobs.

Despite a modest deterioration in affordability, housing demand in Saint John has escalated sharply over the past year. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, year-to- date sales of existing homes are up by 27.8% over last year. Meanwhile, prices have risen by 12% over the same period. This healthy increase in housing demand has also triggered a spike in new construction.

Year-to-date housing starts in Saint John are up by 17.8%. This is primarily due to a 40% year-to-date increase in multiple-unit construction. The boom in residential construction has been complemented by a surge in non-residential building, the value of which is up 16.8% year-to-date in 2007.

In the first half of this year, industrial construction increased by 300% year over year. This was mainly due to the development of the aforementioned nuclear plant and LNG plant, as well as new gypsum wallboard plant by J.D. Irving Ltd.

In addition, the downtown redevelopment by CenterBeam and Commercial Properties Ltd. will boost commercial construction in Saint John over the next several quarters.

Looking forward, there are increased risks to the outlook, due to recent financial market volatility. Growing concerns about the impact on Canada of the collapse of the U.S. housing market are also a factor. Given that current major projects are underpinning Saint John’s economy and should continue for the next few years, economic growth in the CMA should remain strong well into 2009.

John Clinkard has 30 years experience as an Economist in international, national and regional research and analysis with leading financial institutions and media outlets in Canada.
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That's quite a bit of development for Saint John, very impressive.

What kind of development is the Coast Guard site? Residential? Hotel? Mix?
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That's quite a bit of development for Saint John, very impressive.

What kind of development is the Coast Guard site? Residential? Hotel? Mix?
It's supposed to be a mix of residential, retail and some educational. I believe a hotel is also part of the plan.

There are more developments underway, I'll post them over the next few days...
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^ awesome developments.

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Nice! Moncton better watch out SJ isn't done just yet! I am quite impressed with the coast guard development.
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Other Developments

-Saint John Energy Offices (Under Construction on West Side)
-New Police Headquarters - $15-20 million (Uptown)
-Justice Complex - $28-30 million (at previous site of YMCA to be demolished soon)
-East Point Shopping Centre (1 of three phases complete)
-Starbucks to open first two locations on East Side (One ready to open in McAllister Place, the other during phase 2 of East Point)
-Cruise Ship Welcome Centre (Construction to begin shortly on Pugsley Wharf, to include plenty of park space)
-Housing Project on West Side - $14 million, 70 units (former DVA Hospital site)
-Apartments on Ellerdale Street (Under Construction and some proposed)
-Skateboard Park (Construction to begin in Spring under viaduct near Harbour Station)
-Mile One Interchange (Said to be the largest interchange project ever in NB, it will help route industrial traffic from Hwy 1. I've heard the current Staples will be levelled to make way for the interchange and rebuilt further on the East side. Construction should begin Spring/Summer)
-New Saint John Transit Garage/HQ
-BNG Plaza (West Side at site of current Saint John Transit Garage)
-Condos on Water Street (6-7 stories with parking garage)
-Best Western (Under Construction behind Boston Pizza)
-CRA Offices (Under Construction on corner of McAllister and Mountain View Drive)
-Expected announcement of Irving Oil Office Tower
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East Point Shopping to make more news

On Wednesday, East Point Shopping will announce what's it's calling another "first for the province of New Brunswick."

Officials are refusing to say exactly what store might be locating at the East Side shopping complex, except to say it's a national retailer. East Point is located on Fashion Drive and the announcement will be made there at 11:30 Wednesday.
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Saint John is the fastest growing metropolitan area in the east.
I don't mean to be negative, but where are the stats to back up this statement? According to the latest census this is not true. I thought it was one of the slowest growing, with negative growth - what am I missing?

Anyway, these developments look like a good thing.
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I don't mean to be negative, but where are the stats to back up this statement? According to the latest census this is not true. I thought it was one of the slowest growing, with negative growth - what am I missing?

Anyway, these developments look like a good thing.

I don't think it means overall growth as the census shows, which yes it would be the slowest. I think it probably means most improved over the past year on a per capita basis. I could be wrong though. Doesn't really mean much anyway.
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I don't think it means overall growth as the census shows, which yes it would be the slowest. I think it probably means most improved over the past year on a per capita basis. I could be wrong though. Doesn't really mean much anyway.
That might explain it, a sudden turnaround then.
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I don't think it means population wise as it appears on a census, but maybe economically and employment wise. Since the last census, more ppl are working and many have moved to take new jobs as well.

If all these developments stay on course, hopefully the population will begin to rise once again.
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Chapters

Announced today...Indigo is opening a store at East Pointe Shopping Centre...likely part of phase II.

...also the stand-alone full-service Starbucks will likely be ready in February.


Big book store coming to Saint John
September 19, 2007 - 3:59 pm
By: News 88.9 Staff - Jeffrey Lansing


SAINT JOHN, NB - The city's new east side shopping district continues to grow with another big announcement made Wednesday.

Indigo Books will plant a 20-thousand square foot store in the city's new east point shopping centre.

Spokesperson Drew McGowen says they've had Saint John on their radar for the past few years, but now the location is good, and the economy is booming.

"Three years ago, the economy wasn't what it is today," said McGowen.

McGowen says the store is a signature section of Indigo and will offer a boutique style interior, sure to leave an impression on customers.

"They'll see the most vibrant store they've ever seen," McGowen said, "because there is no other of its kind, except for in Montreal."

The unique store will be the first Indigo for Atlantic Canada, and is expected to be built by next spring.
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