PARK PLACE

A unique and identifiable trait of Saint John and it’s residents is how often we communicate a sense of place and navigate our city by referring to places and spaces that no longer exist in their original state. Etched in our collective ┬ámemories, a sense of place is as much the histories and stores we’ve lived as the one that was established at its beginnings. Examples of such icons include the old Canterbury Carpark, whose “ghost” we acknowledge with the adaptive reuse of this historic building.