New Downtown Investments

18 Vansittart - Homestead Christian Care
Homestead Christian Care

Plans are being made to convert the former four-floor textile factory, located at 18 Vansittart Avenue, into 50 separate affordable housing units.  It will consist of a mixtue of one and two bedroom apartments.

 

 

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Econo Lodge

This beautiful brand new downtown hotel at 15 Graham Street boasts 50 spacious rooms with doubles, king and queen sized beds, including 1 bedroom suites, jacuzzi rooms, and accessible rooms. All rooms come complete with mini fridges, microwaves and internet access.

The hotel is only steps away from many restaurants, shops and services here in the heart of Downtown Woodstock!

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Union Burger

In October of 2011, Union Burger celebrated the grand opening of their brand new 3,250 sq. ft. gourmet burger restaurant in the heart of downtown Woodstock. The restaurant is located in a brand new half-million dollar building at 522 Dundas Street.

Union Burger is part of the Obsidian Group, which also operates the Coffee Culture and Crabby Joe's franchises. Union Burger's opening created 40 jobs in Woodstock.

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Historic Canada Post Building Becomes Office Space

After purchasing the Canada Post Building on Metacalfe Street in Woodstock, Partners Arnold Spina, brothers Flory and Tony Spina, and partner Harry Loewith, undertook a massive $3 million renovation project, gutting the interior and rebuilding the inside of the 38,000 sq. ft. building. Windows were replaced, new stonework installed and part of the outside of the building was stuccoed. Other updates include an outdoor patio for staff on the second floor, an updated HVAC system and solar panels on the rooftop.

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Bronsons Steakhouse

Located at the corner of Simcoe and Finkle streets in Downtown Woodstock, Bronsons Steakhouse sits at the former Copa Cabana Restaurant. After finalizing the purchase of the building in the fall of 2007, Bronsons' owners Tony and Lori Titizian and their partner, Obsidian Group Inc. president Gus Karamountzos, invested a considerable sum in renovating the interior and exterior of the former Copa Cabana. "The location has a history and we want to do it proud," Titizian said.