Canadian project hit by further troubles

Sleb, a loft project in a recycled factory on Ontario Street in Montreal, Canada, which was marketed to Irish investors, has run into trouble and is reorganising its financing.

28th October, 2006

Sleb, a loft project in a recycled factory on Ontario Street in Montreal, Canada, which was marketed to Irish investors, has run into trouble and is reorganising its financing. The developer, Minco Construction, has applied for protection from the courts on a number of occasions since first doing so in 2005 on its Sleb 1 project, but an announcement was made to investors in recent weeks that it was incapable of proceeding with the Sleb 2 building.

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