The future is written for Riversdale

“The future is written for Riversdale” and at least one Saskatoon business leader sees better times ahead.

Curtis Olson, of Shift Development Inc. recently purchased the old Joe’s Cycle Building at 220 20th Street West. When renovations are complete the building will become his company’s head office and a business hub for other “forward thinking businesses” who see a brighter future for an area that has seen its share of social challenges over the years.

Olson told the Star Phoenix, "I have spent a lot of time in Riversdale. I've kept a very close eye on that neighborhood and Caswell Hill. In my mind, the future of those two neighborhoods has already been determined because I know the demographic of people buying houses and moving into these areas and it is a very progressive, very urban-focused demographic of people moving in.”

Read the Star Phoenix story here.

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Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Vidorra


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