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Qualicum's heritage building moved 10 feet

A BIG MOVE: The Heritage building at the Qualicum College Heights Development was moved about three metres (10 feet) toward the road on Wednesday morning. The completed project will offer 40 condominiums in four buildings, one of them a renewed original school known as the Heritage Building. Now that the building has been moved, work will begin on the exterior by the end of the summer. A realtor connected to the project said the first phase will be completed and occupants will move in by late August. - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
A BIG MOVE: The Heritage building at the Qualicum College Heights Development was moved about three metres (10 feet) toward the road on Wednesday morning. The completed project will offer 40 condominiums in four buildings, one of them a renewed original school known as the Heritage Building. Now that the building has been moved, work will begin on the exterior by the end of the summer. A realtor connected to the project said the first phase will be completed and occupants will move in by late August.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

A BIG MOVE: The Heritage building at the Qualicum College Heights Development was moved about three metres (10 feet) toward the road on Wednesday morning. The completed project will offer 40 condominiums in four buildings, one of them a renewed original school known as the Heritage Building. Now that the building has been moved, work will begin on the exterior by the end of the summer. A realtor connected to the project said the first phase will be completed and occupants will move in by late August.

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