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Hamilton Spectator: Westinghouse building restored to former glory, then some
Kathy Renwald | January 9, 2018

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Hamilton office building, closed 30 years, is being transformed. Its first tenant is an architectural firm

From Issue No. 265 | January 11, 2018

Owner developer Meir Dick (centre) describes the architectural details of the main entrance. - Gary Yokoyama,The Hamilton Spectator

It's colder in the former Canadian Westinghouse head office building than it is outside.

It's -12 C on Sanford Avenue on a December day, yet the four people leading us on an icy tour of the long vacant building are so optimistic about its future they radiate warmth.

"The space in this building is phenomenal because it has incredible history and architectural details," says architect Joanne McCallum.

The Westinghouse office building, at 286 Sanford Ave. N., is being reborn and McCallum Sather Architects have signed on as the first anchor tenants. They will occupy the 10,000-square-foot second floor, with a move-in date set for June 1.

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