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Tower for new Wild Ace restaurant becomes a beacon for downtown

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Friday, April 3, 2015

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A window is being attached to the tower of the Wild Ace Restaurant and Pub at 103 Depot Street.
 

Jim Fair

A window is being attached to the tower of the Wild Ace Restaurant and Pub at 103 Depot Street.

 



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The Depot Street side of Wild Ace shows the architecture of the wing on the side of the building, the tower and additional parking below the outdoor deck.
 

Jim Fair

The Depot Street side of Wild Ace shows the architecture of the wing on the side of the building, the tower and additional parking below the outdoor deck.

 



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School Street will have sidewalks and gutters placed before the paving of the street.
 

Jim Fair

School Street will have sidewalks and gutters placed before the paving of the street.

 

Workers are putting the finishing touches on the Wild Ace Pizza and Pub interior and nearly finished with its exterior at its new aviation-themed restaurant at 103 Depot Street.

Glass was installed in the restaurant’s tower that can be seen throughout the city – topping out at 32-feet. The airplane wing has been assembled on the Depot Street side of the building and its artwork is scheduled for completion within a week.

Chris Vanderberghe, co-owner with his wife Denise, gave a two-thumbs up this week to the restaurant’s tentative April opening.

Concrete has been poured at the outdoor parking area adjacent to the 40 x 80 – foot outdoor deck.

CPW reported in March its infrastructure work was complete. New streetlights and sidewalks

Still remaining is the sidewalks, gutters and paving Depot and Randall streets.

 

 

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