Gottingen Street opportunity. The original Peoples Bank of Halifax branch built on the site in 1890. Renowned local Architect James Charles Phillip Dumaresq built a new institution on the site in 1902. That building was either altered or rebuilt by the Bank of Montreal, as part of their takeover of interests in the Peoples Bank of Halifax. The current, purpose built bank now stands on the same site and functioned as the Gottingen Street Branch, until BMO moved their operation one half block north to their new branch at the corner of Gottingen at Cunard Street. The main banking hall is an uninterrupted floor space of 22.5' X 45’ The front 13' feet features a vaulted ceiling 18' high The remainder of the 32' of the banking hall has a ceiling height of 12.5” The front glazing is floor to ceiling of 17' wide and 15' high The rear glass block installation of 6' wide and 7'5' high that could easily be converted to a sliding door system that would lead out to a private courtyard. There are two vaults onsite. Both sides of the building feature a clean brick fire wall system that is floor to roofline There is a full high second floor Post and beam construction that is prepped and ready for development There is also a high basement As an added bonus, there is a discreet small open space (22'X13') tucked over the main floor vaulted ceiling that could be developed as a private oasis (open the weather, but enclosed by a five foot high parapet).