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Friday, December 8, 2006

Hamilton Square

The Hamilton Square project, a redevelopment of the former St. Francis Hospital, is progressing rather quickly. When the project is finally completed, Pavonia Avenue will be restored between Erie and McWilliams Place. Below, the path has been cut between the buildings as seen looking east from the Hamilton Park Gazebo;

And from the southeast quadrant of the park:

From McWilliam's Place, the rubble of the old hospital building is visible.

The old hospital facade along eighth street, looking east:

From Erie Street:

Ninth Street looking west from Erie:

Ninth Street looking East:



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