Boutique hotel boarded up

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AN Exchange District heritage building once touted for redevelopment as a boutique hotel is now fighting an order under the city's vacant and derelict building bylaw.

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AN Exchange District heritage building once touted for redevelopment as a boutique hotel is now fighting an order under the city’s vacant and derelict building bylaw.

In July, city property inspectors ordered the owner of the St. Charles Hotel on Notre Dame Avenue to obtain a permit to board up the building or fix all the windows and doors.

Owner Ken Zaifman, who once planned to redevelop the hotel, has now appealed that decision. Council’s property and development committee will consider his appeal on Monday.

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