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Major developments part of ongoing ‘transformation’ along Stanley Avenue

5,000-seat entertainment theatre, 72-storey tower, $150M project along 1.2-kilometre stretch

NEWS 06:22 PM by Ray Spiteri  The Niagara Falls Review

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Artist’s rendering of the new development coming to Ferry Street and Stanley Avenue in Niagara Falls behind the Dairy Queen, which will offer apartments, a hotel and commercial units. – City of Niagara Falls

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Artist’s rendering of the new development coming to Ferry Street and Stanley Avenue behind the Dairy Queen, which will offer apartments, a hotel and commercial units. – City of Niagara Falls

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The new 5,000-seat entertainent centre at the corner of Stanley Avenue and Murray Street takes shape in Niagara Falls. Construction for the $130-million project began in fall 2017 and is expected to be completed by the end of this year. – Julie Jocsak , Torstar file photo

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Niagara Falls city council has approved a 72-storey mixed-use building with hotel and residential units proposed for land on Stanley Avenue that for years has housed a partially developed hotel that was never completed. – City of Niagara Falls

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Niagara Falls city council has approved a 72-storey mixed-use building with hotel and residential units proposed for land on Stanley Avenue that for years has housed a partially developed hotel that was never completed. – City of Niagara Falls

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City and tourism officials are excited about three major developments planned or near completion along a roughly 1.2-kilometre stretch of Stanley Avenue. – Julie Jocsak , Torstar

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City of Niagara Falls and tourism officials are excited about three major developments planned or near completion along a roughly 1.2-kilometre stretch of Stanley Avenue.

Construction on a 5,000-seat entertainment centre continues near Murray Street, expected to bring more than one million extra visitors per year to the city.

Just a couple of blocks away between Dixon and Dunn streets, a 72-storey hotel and residential tower, which would be the tallest hotel in the city and one of the tallest buildings in Canada, was approved by city council last week. It will transform an area that for years has housed a partially-built hotel that was never completed.

Addressing another eyesore, council earlier this year approved a $150-million development on the land where the vacant Cupolo’s building sits on Ferry Street. The three-tiered project behind the Dairy Queen will incorporate a 30-storey apartment building with 300 units, a 12-storey hotel with 150 rooms, and a seven-storey commercial building with 50 units. The project will transform the mostly empty corner of Ferry Street and Stanley Avenue.

Entertainment centre to have ‘plenty’ of parking

“I think we have an ambitious marketing program,” said Wayne Thomson, a veteran city councillor who works in the tourism industry and is involved with several tourism-related agencies.

“We’re at 13 (million), 14 million visitors a year and … with the new theatre and the progress that is happening throughout the tourist area, our objective is 20 million (visitors) over the next three, four years.”

Thomson pointed to several other developments proposed for the area, as well as in the nearby Fallsview district.

In September, an Ontario Lottery and Gaming spokesperson said the entertainment centre project is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Rocco Vacca, representing the developer behind the hotel/apartment/condo project at the corner of Stanley and Ferry, said a zoning bylaw is going before city council for approval at a December meeting.

He said the development team is putting together a site-plan application, which is needed before they can get a building permit, as well as putting together a condominium plan.

It is a new Niagara Falls on the way.