Type  Historical Renovation   Completed  2009   Location  Kingston, ON   Architect  Hughes Downey Architects   Narrative  Located next to City Hall along Kingston's historic waterfront, The Prince George Hotel has been re-imagined to host modern luxury residential loft suites while preserving the historic structure and thriving street-level pubs.  This Second Empire, limestone hotel was originally constructed between 1817 and 1820. The building is recognized by an Ontario Heritage Foundation heritage conservation easement.  The renovation of the structure involved the re-framing of much of the building to accomodate new floor layouts, and repairing deficient and fire-damaged portions of the building.
       
     
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  Type  Historical Renovation   Completed  2009   Location  Kingston, ON   Architect  Hughes Downey Architects   Narrative  Located next to City Hall along Kingston's historic waterfront, The Prince George Hotel has been re-imagined to host modern luxury residential loft suites while preserving the historic structure and thriving street-level pubs.  This Second Empire, limestone hotel was originally constructed between 1817 and 1820. The building is recognized by an Ontario Heritage Foundation heritage conservation easement.  The renovation of the structure involved the re-framing of much of the building to accomodate new floor layouts, and repairing deficient and fire-damaged portions of the building.
       
     

Type
Historical Renovation

Completed
2009

Location
Kingston, ON

Architect
Hughes Downey Architects

Narrative
Located next to City Hall along Kingston's historic waterfront, The Prince George Hotel has been re-imagined to host modern luxury residential loft suites while preserving the historic structure and thriving street-level pubs.

This Second Empire, limestone hotel was originally constructed between 1817 and 1820. The building is recognized by an Ontario Heritage Foundation heritage conservation easement.

The renovation of the structure involved the re-framing of much of the building to accomodate new floor layouts, and repairing deficient and fire-damaged portions of the building.

Prince Gearge Finished McNeely.JPG
       
     
DSCF4553.JPG