More caffeine options in the neighbourhood with Cafe Pyrus on Roger Street

More good news for coffee aficionados and lovers of baked good… Cafe Pyrus is in the neighbourhood. Cafe Pyrus Outpost moved in to the former Ambrosia Pastry shop on Roger Street. Pyrus will use the space to produce all their baked goods and will be open for coffee, tea, fancy drinks and baked goods, Monday … More More caffeine options in the neighbourhood with Cafe Pyrus on Roger Street

New signs to share expected property changes

Many thanks to the City of Kitchener, in particular the Planning Department, for finding new ways to keep residents informed about planning and development activities. As a result of public consultations, particularly through RIENS (Residential Intensification in Existing Neighbourhoods), the City of Kitchener has created a new city-wide process requiring visible signs on any property … More New signs to share expected property changes

Electrohome building up for tax sale again

In case you haven’t seen The Record article from this week… Kitchener slashes sale price for vacant Electrohome site to just under $450K in forced sale In November, Kitchener City Council approved a vision statement based on community consultation (design charrette and follow up open house) More information about the tax sale and the process … More Electrohome building up for tax sale again

Research study on neighbourhood change before LRT line opens

Our midtown KW neighbour, Brian Doucet, is running this research study at the University of Waterloo. Maybe you want to participate! Do you live along the new LRT corridor? Interested in sharing your thoughts & experiences of neighbourhood change? UWaterloo is conducting a study about the impact of the line on people and communities. DM … More Research study on neighbourhood change before LRT line opens