The Simcoe BIA and the Simcoe and District Chamber of Commerce are preparing to move in together.
The pair have their eye on a heritage building in downtown Simcoe, one that symbolizes their desire to work closely with Norfolk County toward the rejuvenation of the core.
“This is about a great location in the downtown for the chamber and the BIA that is meaningful,” Jim McGimpsey, the joint general manager of the BIA and chamber, said at Norfolk council Tuesday.
“It’s also a location that strengthens our relationship with the county. It’s a beautiful heritage building in the downtown that shouldn’t be sitting empty. We’re excited about the prospect of being on that corner.”
The building at issue is known as “county administration building 2,” or CAB 2. It is located at the south-east corner of Governor Simcoe Square. It was initially built as the Crown attorney’s office when the main building was the Norfolk County court house.
Full article here: http://www.simcoereformer.ca/2018/07/04/governor-simcoe-square-has-new-tenant