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Published on July 24, 2012

— The Bennett House apartment building in Pleasantville will be the city’s first in 30 years. The four-storey structure will offer about 70 home spaces through Killam Properties. The structure is going up on former military land, once part of CFS St. John’s — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

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— At 66 Churchill Avenue, Bennett House is part of $250 million in residential development planned for Pleasantville. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— The plan for the new multi-purpose building at CFS St. John’s, as seen on a billboard outside the work site. The building is to replace the use of 16 buildings at the station. The federal government is spending an estimated $120-150 million on the development. — Photo by Ashley Fitzpatrick/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— The initial plan for Pleasantville’s redevelopment, as developed by the Canada Lands Company.

Published on July 24, 2012

— The new CFS St. John’s multi-purpose building under construction. The new building will include classrooms and other training space, warehouse space, medical and dental facilities (www.forces.gc.ca/site/pri/4/bases/st-johns-eng.asp) — Photo by Ashley Fitzpatrick/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— Republic Properties is proposing this condo development on either side of Duckworth Street (83 and 90 Duckworth) at the site of the old Crazy Horse and fire station. — Image courtesy of City of St. John’s

Published on July 24, 2012

— Republic Properties is proposing this condo development on either side of Duckworth Street (83 and 90 Duckworth) at the site of the old Crazy Horse and fire station. — Image courtesy of City of St. John’s

Published on July 24, 2012

— The proposed new Empire Theatres on Torbay Road. — Image courtesy of Empire Theatres, news release

Published on July 24, 2012

— The planned re-make of the Travellers Inn off Kenmount Road. The new Fairfield Inn and Suites is expected to be completed in 2013. — Image courtesy of City of St. John’s

Published on July 24, 2012

— A view of the new Fortis Place off Springdale Street, as seen from Pitts Memorial Drive. Another rendering of the 12-storey Class A office space tower is available at www.fortisproperties.com. — Image courtesy of City of St. John’s

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— A representation of the proposed Hardman Group and Henry Bell development off Duckworth Street, known as Mirador. The main building is five storeys and will be home to 33 condo spaces. — Image courtesy of City of St. John’s

Published on July 24, 2012

— A representation of the proposed Hardman Group and Henry Bell development off Duckworth Street, known as Mirador, as seen from Henry Street. The main building is five storeys and will be home to 33 condo spaces. — Image courtesy of City of St. John’s

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— The Mirador condo building under construction in St. John’s mid-July 2012, as seen from Duckworth Street. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— The new Mirador condo building off Duckworth Street has an estimated capital cost of $33 million and will make use of the former CBC radio building, seen here as construction begins. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— On Kenmount Road, existing car dealerships like Hickman Motors, seen here, have undergone remodels and expansions, while new dealerships have been added. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— Silverbirch Hotels and Resorts is taking on the re-make of the Travellers Inn off Kenmount Road (www.travellersinnstjohns.com) at a capital cost of $21 million. The new Fairfield Inn and Suites is expected to be completed in 2013. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

Southlands — Southlands was under the wing of Newfoundland and Labrador Housing in its community planning days. Since the corporation was told to divest its land holdings, sections of Southlands have been sold to developers who have introduced new subdivisions, areas like Riverbend. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— On the St. John’s waterfront, this development has been proposed at Temperence Street and Harbour Court.— Image courtesy of the City of St. John’s

Published on July 24, 2012

— Off Blackmarsh Road, the Westfield Condominiums development by KMK is producing multi-unit structures. Each building will offer four 1,000-square foot living spaces, built to meet a demand for denser, smaller residential developments. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Published on July 24, 2012

— The original plan for Southlands as developed by Newfoundland and Labrador Housing. The corporation has since been re-tasked from community developments and has worked with developers to pass Southlands into private hands. A much-talked about megaproject backed by Danny Williams would surpass the borders seen here, but has not yet been actually proposed to council. — Image courtesy of the City of St. John’s

Published on July 24, 2012

— The former Star of the Sea Hall at 40 Henry Street has been proposed as a condo development, as seen here. The six-storey building would be developed by Manga Hotels would house 70-90 condo spaces and cost an estimated $24 million to develop. — Image courtesy of the City of St. John’s

A sampling of development underway in the City of St. John's. The city is pointing to $1 billion in potential construction on the books, in varying stages of approval. Take a look at our interactive map (http://www.thetelegram.com/FlyingPage/3789/Capital-city-development) to see what might be coming to your area.

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