Stunning harbour views, gorgeous and spacious layouts, room to entertain right here on the downtown waterfront and freedom to travel and get active - maintenance free!

Join us for a private guided tour and view the restoration of this historic Summerside building while discovering 5 new Summerside homes. Only 3/5 left! If you're interested in upgrading from a smaller rental or a beloved but tired bungalow or farmhouse, or perhaps you're moving back from being away or living on the island for work, you can own a place where you wander the waterfront and entertain family and friends with this much ease, so just call!

To find out more, contact Scott Brown by email:, by phone: (902)436-1300, or drop in for a visit at our offices at Loft #2 at 359 Water Street.

GUESS at IT! Week 6 - Answer: Local Developers "BAYSIDE BUILDERS" and "IPAX (Island Peace) Management"

>> Friday, April 9, 2010

You guessed IT! It was possibly sturdily built by shipbuilders but the lovely building you now see was updated by BAYSIDE BUILDERS! The Lofts at 359 Water are designer all the way - and promise to bring a fresh new lifestyle to Summerside! Why do we boast that IT is climate conscious? Because it's been built 100% energy efficient to conserve our environment and costs to owners!


Downtown group hoping for detailed development plans in tonight’s budget

>> Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Downtown group hoping for detailed development plans in tonight’s budget print this article
The Journal Pioneer

SUMMERSIDE - Finance chair deputy Mayor Bruce MacDougall brings down the 2010 municipal budget tonight, but he was not giving away any details beforehand.
Downtown Summerside Inc. offered observations of what they would like to see come out of Monday’s fiscal document.
Local developer and Downtown Summerside president Peter Brown said the city needs to have a stimulus package for the downtown core if it is serious about bring the area back to life.
Read the full article HERE:


GUESS at IT! Week 5 - Answer: Cartoonist Wayne Wright

>> Tuesday, April 6, 2010

IT does have a less glamorous recent history as the Atlantic Co-op Feed building.

Friend and cartoonist, Wayne Wright, made us all chuckle with his own rendition of our restoration project: a sow's ear has become a silk purse!

Read up more on The Lofts at 359 Water's illustrious history HERE


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