Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Photo: The New Lytton Square

Work has been progressing on Westminster Pier Park along the New Westminster waterfront all through the winter, although the signs up on the parkade still give the previous completion date of fall 2011. In the time I've been watching, it's gone from piles driven down into the riverbank to the floating park taking shape. Now it's dominated by the metal skeleton of Lytton Square, a modern replication of New Westminster's original nineteenth-century public market. Apparently once it's done it'll house concessions and a gathering space; once it's done, though, I won't be able to take any more pictures quite like this, either.

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