For­mer On­tera build­ing sold

North Bay Nugget - - OPINION - Nugget Staff

dea­con Prop­erty Man­age­ment of North bay has pur­chased the On­tario North­land trans­porta­tion com­mis­sion’s for­mer On­tera build­ing on regina Street.

Mark and Steve dea­con told the Nugget the build­ing at 195 regina Street is a beau­ti­ful his­toric land­mark.

“We will be look­ing at leas­ing out the space as pro­fes­sional of­fices. Some­thing like lawyers, doc­tors, ac­coun­tants,” said Steve dea­con.

“Some­thing that’ll have a nice pro­fes­sional look and feel for the area.”

the build­ing, which sold in an on­line auc­tion for $673,000 in april, went back up for sale be­cause the par­ties were un­able to reach an un­con­di­tional agree­ment for the pur­chase.

the build­ing, which has been va­cant since 2015, was orig­i­nally built in 1908 for the temiskam­ing and North­ern On­tario rail­way. It served as the for­mer lo­ca­tion of On­tera – Ontc’s com­mu­ni­ca­tions arm, which was sold to bell aliant in 2015.

Nugget file Photo

A buyer has been found for the for­mer On­tera build­ing at 195 Regina St.

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