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The Old Cycle Building has been demolished!

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On Sunday November 04 2012 the wrecking ball arrived on Alberta Avenue to tear down what was to become the newest arts facility on the Ave. Once it was discovered that the deterioration of the building was far greater than...

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Cycle Building Update

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Summer / Fall 2011 Revitalization of the Old Cycle Building On Alberta Ave Continues! Arts Habitat + Arts on the Ave along with the City of Edmonton, our Community Advisory Committee and consultants Shelterbelt Architecture are making significant progress towards...

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Cycle Building Update March 2012

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The Cycle Building is now under construction! With renovations happily underway, Arts Habitat & Arts on the Ave are looking for tenants. Artists, artisans, arts collective or organizations are encouraged to apply for affordable art space on Alberta Ave. Space...

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Cycle Building is On Hold! Update June 2012

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Construction Of The Cycle Building Is ON HOLD Until Further Notice!! Demolition work has revealed unanticipated and significant structural issues with the building foundations and envelope. The City of Edmonton has therefore closed the site while it reviews options to...

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Cycle Building Update July 20, 2012 Construction Halted!!!

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Construction Halted!!! The City of Edmonton has reached the difficult conclusion that the Alberta Cycle Building should be demolished. While the building was being renovated, a number of major, unexpected site conditions were discovered, prompting administration to reevaluate the future...

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Former Alberta Cycle Building - Building Redevelopment

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Plans for the redevelopment of the building into a community focused arts/arts friendly facility continue! Partners Arts Habitat & Arts on the Ave have just completed an intensive consulting workshop with expert in the field of cultural rejuvenation – Toronto...

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